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Arkansas: 2017 Soybean Cross Reference Guide Now Available

Arkansas: 2017 Soybean Cross Reference Guide Now Available

👤By Jeremy Ross, University of Arkansas Extension Soybean Agronomist 🕔Oct 10, 2017

The 2017 Soybean Cross Reference Guide has been updated with new soybean varieties.  This year’s version contains only varieties that have been commercially sold in the past seven years.  Older varieties that are no longer commercially available were removed from

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Arkansas Soybeans: Variety, Herbicide Tech Considerations for 2018

Arkansas Soybeans: Variety, Herbicide Tech Considerations for 2018

👤By Jeremy Ross, University of Arkansas Extension Soybean Agronomist 🕔Oct 6, 2017

With the recommendation from the Arkansas State Plant Board on an application ban on all dicamba products from April 16 through October 31 in the row crop production areas of Arkansas, selecting soybean varieties and what herbicide technology to plant

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Arkansas Soybeans: Poor Seed Quality Reported – What’s the Cause?

Arkansas Soybeans: Poor Seed Quality Reported – What’s the Cause?

👤By Jeremy Ross, University of Arkansas Extension Soybean Agronomist 🕔Sep 8, 2017

With soybean harvest in Arkansas just beginning, we are receiving many reports of poor seed quality in many of these fields (Figure 1).  Many are placing the blame for this poor seed quality on the tremendous number of Redbanded stink

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Arkansas: Harvey’s Wind, Rain Leave Large Footprints in Delta Rice, Corn, Soybeans

Arkansas: Harvey’s Wind, Rain Leave Large Footprints in Delta Rice, Corn, Soybeans

👤By Mary Hightower, University of Arkansas Director of Communications Services 🕔Sep 1, 2017

The tropical depression that was Hurricane Harvey left its footprints on Arkansas, flattening acres of harvest-ready rice, corn and soybeans, and perhaps setting the stage for a mosquito boom. “Late season storms with driving wind and rain aren’t beneficial this

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Arkansas Soybeans: Crops Aided by Cooler Temps, Herbicide Drift Leaves Yields in Question

Arkansas Soybeans: Crops Aided by Cooler Temps, Herbicide Drift Leaves Yields in Question

👤By Ryan McGeeney, University of Arkansas 🕔Aug 4, 2017

The soybean harvest may still be more than two months out, but unseasonably cool temperatures could propel some growers in the state toward a very strong harvest in 2017. Jeremy Ross, extension soybean agronomist for the University of Arkansas System

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Arkansas Soybeans: Recovery from Herbicide Injury – Will Replanting or Foliar Products Help?

Arkansas Soybeans: Recovery from Herbicide Injury – Will Replanting or Foliar Products Help?

👤By Jeremy Ross, University of Arkansas Extension Soybean Agronomist 🕔Jul 7, 2017

With the widespread reports of off-target herbicide injury, I’ve had numerous phone calls about replanting damaged fields or the use of foliar products to recover from the herbicide injury.  Many of the fields that I have walked or seen via

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Flooding in Arkansas and Missouri: ‘It’s just a mess. It’s cold. It’s 52 degrees in my pickup.’

Flooding in Arkansas and Missouri: ‘It’s just a mess. It’s cold. It’s 52 degrees in my pickup.’

👤By Mary Hightower U of A System Division of Agriculture 🕔May 1, 2017

The view Monday morning through Bill Robertson’s windshield wasn’t good.  As Robertson, extension cotton agronomist for the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture drove through Cash in Craighead County, he said, “there are a lot of rice fields where

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