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Using High-Input Systems For Soybean Management Increases Yield But Not Profitability

As fields begin to dry out and growers look to get across their fields to apply inputs here are a few points to ponder for Midwestern farmers based on our USB funded High Yield Project. 1.   V4 applications of nitrogen ...

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Soybeans: 5 Tips to Stay Ahead of Resistant Weeds

According to the Weed Science Society of America (WSSA), without the use of herbicides to control weeds, soybean and corn farmers would lose about half their crop, costing them about $43 billion every year. To maintain the usefulness of herbicides, ...

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What Should You Know about Corn and Soybean Diseases as You Prepare for Harvest?

As the fall is approaching and crop harvest plans are being made, it is important to continue to assess disease issues in corn and soybean. These assessments aren’t being made in order to make plans for in-field management, but to ...

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10 Questions You Must Ask About Soybean Fertility

Are you expecting more out of your soybeans? Lance Tarochione, a technical agronomist with Asgrow, says maybe your soybeans are expecting more from you. “Fertility management could be holding back your soybeans,” he says. Tarochione says soybean farmers should ask ...

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