The soy checkoff empowers U.S. soybean farmers with tools that will help them maximize their profitability. Whether it’s a database of high-protein-and-oil varieties, the results of soy-checkoff-funded research or interviews with experts, the checkoff spreads the word about cutting-edge tips and tricks you can put to use on your farm.
Weed control isn’t normally a priority during harvest, but combines are the ideal vehicle to spread weed seeds across a field or carry them to the next. Herbicide-resistant weeds are an ever-growing issue, and prevention
Once harvest has been completed and the season is over, you might start thinking of what needs to be done for next year. Weed management is one of those continuous tasks to think about any time. Richard Zollinger, extension
Soybean farmers have a new resistance challenge – fungicide-resistant diseases. At the same time that many U.S. soybean farmers are battling herbicide-resistant weeds, now they have another issue for which their previous management methods may
Every year, you have the chance to pick the best seed varieties for your farm, keeping in mind high quality and yield, pests and diseases, weed pressure and more. This decision determines your profitability and
The Illinois Soybean Association’s soy-checkoff-funded Soybean Summits connect Illinois soybean farmers with expert advice about how to increase yields and profits. Consider these five timely soybean-production tips presented recently. For the full presentations, visit www.SoyYieldChallenge.com