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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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Iowa Soybeans: What to Look For When Choosing Varieties

Iowa Soybeans: What to Look For When Choosing Varieties

👤By Mark Licht, Iowa State University Extension Specialist 🕔Oct 6, 2017

When looking for soybean varieties, it is important to give as much thought to the process as you give to choosing corn hybrids. If you only choose one or two soybean varieties and do not take into consideration management and environmental factors of your operation, you are likely limiting yield potential. Many of the

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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: Weed Control Programs in Future Triple Stack Varieties – Video

Arkansas Soybeans: Weed Control Programs in Future Triple Stack Varieties – Video

👤From University of Arkansas Extension 🕔Aug 10, 2017

University of Arkansas Extension Weed Specialist Bob Scott discussed weed management practices for soybeans with triple stacked herbicide traits at the recent NE Research & Extension Center Field Day.

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Mississippi Soybeans: Target Spot – What Varieties Are Susceptible?

Mississippi Soybeans: Target Spot – What Varieties Are Susceptible?

👤By Tom Allen, Mississippi State University Extension Plant Pathologist 🕔Jul 25, 2017

Target spot is one of the most common soybean diseases on an annual basis. However, given a conducive environment that generally consists of extended periods of wet, warm weather and a plant canopy that stays saturated throughout the day, target

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Arkansas Soybeans: Salt Tolerance and Insect Pressure – How Do They Interact?

Arkansas Soybeans: Salt Tolerance and Insect Pressure – How Do They Interact?

👤By Fred Miller, University of Arkansas 🕔Jul 21, 2017

Studying plant stresses under controlled conditions in a laboratory or greenhouse is one thing. But what happens when those plants get to the field where environmental stresses are unleashed? That’s a good question — one for which Ken Korth, professor

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Alabama Soybeans: Varietal Response to Saflufenacil (Sharpen)

Alabama Soybeans: Varietal Response to Saflufenacil (Sharpen) Updated

👤By Ayanava Majumdar, Alabama Cooperative Extension 🕔Jul 17, 2017

What is saflufenacil? Saflufenacil is a group 14 PPO herbicide. Saflufenacil is the active ingredient in Sharpen herbicide and one of the active ingredients in Verdict herbicide. This chemistry provides excellent burndown control of marestail/horseweed and other broadleaf weeds in

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Soybean Rust: Additional Resistant Varieties Needed ASAP

Soybean Rust: Additional Resistant Varieties Needed ASAP

👤By Lauren Quinn, University of Illinois 🕔Jun 28, 2017

Midwestern growers don’t worry much about soybean rust, but the fungal disease has been popping up at the end of the growing season nearly every year since 2006. But because the fungus can’t survive winter without a host plant, it’s

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Soybeans: Modified Hybrids Yield More in Future Climate Conditions

Soybeans: Modified Hybrids Yield More in Future Climate Conditions

👤By Claire Benjamin, University of Illinois 🕔May 4, 2017

By 2050, we will need to feed 2 billion more people on less land. Meanwhile, carbon dioxide levels are predicted to hit 600 parts per million–a 150 percent increase over today’s levels–and 2050 temperatures are expected to frequently match the

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Ohio Soybeans: 3 Last Minute Disease Management Tips Before Hitting the Planters

Ohio Soybeans: 3 Last Minute Disease Management Tips Before Hitting the Planters

👤By Anne Dorrance, Ohio State University 🕔Apr 4, 2017

As I was digging weeds already out of the garden this weekend and looking at the buds on the trees, it looks more like early May rather than early April.  Either way we are getting our seed together for research

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