Virginia Soybeans: Early Harvest Reports – Seed Quality Not Good

🕔Oct 5, 2018We appreciated the rainfall this year.  It should lead to some very good yields in many parts of Virginia.  However, the same weather conditions for high yields has led to […]

Virginia Soybeans: Finishing Out the Crop – What’s Needed for Good Yields?

🕔Aug 31, 2018In general, we’ve had a good, but not great year for soybean in Virginia.  Although many areas were hit with a 3 to 4 week dry spell during July, August […]

Virginia Small Grains: High Yields Across the State

🕔Aug 29, 2018The Virginia Grain Producers Association is proud to announce the 2018 Virginia Wheat and Hard Wheat Yield Contest Winners. This year’s winners come from counties across the Commonwealth and have […]

Virginia Soybeans: To Maximize Yields, Walk Your Fields

🕔Jul 9, 2018For greater soybean yields, one of the best things that you can do is walk your fields.  Many problems reveal themselves during the summer.  Actions taken or not taken can […]

Virginia Soybeans: Yellow Leaves May Mean Manganese Deficiency

🕔Jun 21, 2018Manganese (Mn) deficiencies are common in Virginia soybean and are starting to appear in numerous fields.  These deficiencies are not necessarily due to low Mn levels in the soil, but […]

Virginia Soybeans: Wet Soils, Poor Stands – Do I Replant?

🕔Jun 1, 2018The decision of whether or not to replant arises every year; however, the wet soil conditions seem to have worsened the problem this year. There of course will be areas […]

Virginia Soybeans: 7 Steps to Estimate Profitability of Replanting

🕔Jun 1, 2018Determining whether or not to replant is hard.  To ease the pain, I’ve summarized some relatively simple steps to help in your decision.  One should incorporate 2- to 3-foot gaps […]

Virginia Soybeans: Flooded Fields – How Much Damage? What to Do?

🕔May 25, 2018Rainfall across the state resulted in in saturated soils and sometimes flooded soybeans or fields to be planted in soybean.  Although fields are drying out, more rain is expected this […]

Virginia Soybeans: Plenty of Time Left to Plant, Don’t Rush into Wet Fields

🕔May 24, 2018Recent heavy rains have led to temporary flooding of numerous soybean fields throughout Virginia and put us behind with soybean planting .  Only 26% of the crop was planted as […]

Virginia Grain & Soybean Conference, Richmond, Feb. 20-21

🕔Feb 9, 2018On behalf of both the Virginia Soybean and Virginia Grain Producers Associations, I invite you to join me for the 2018 Virginia Grain and Soybean Annual Conference on February 20-21, […]

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