Row crop growers in Mississippi used a relatively dry May to make up for planting time lost earlier in the spring due to wet weather and soggy fields. As of […]
Mississippi Soybeans: Variety Suggestions for 2020 Dec 16, 2019
Variety selection can be considered to be one of the most important management decisions for the season. Factors such as soil texture, planting date, irrigation capabilities, row spacing, harvest capacity, […]
The annual MSU Extension Soybean Variety Demonstration Program is conducted using a set of varieties with proven performance. These varieties are grown in a production setting on various soils and […]
Producers are tracing the mixed results they see from the 2019 Mississippi soybean harvest back to early struggles getting the crop started. Trent Irby, Mississippi State University Extension Service soybean […]
This year’s harvest in particular has the potential to be extra challenging with respect to how uniform our fields will drop leaves and be ready to harvest.
This growing season seems to be one where the decision for terminating irrigation in soybean may require consideration of factors that aren’t necessarily typical. Reasons for these additional considerations include […]
The process of planting this year’s soybean crop in Mississippi has been anything but normal. The only consistent variable has been rain, and a lot of it — from an […]
Although numbers on paper look about right for Mississippi row crops, the reality is actually quite grim in places. Flooding in areas along the Mississippi River and its tributaries is […]
Bobby Golden, Jason Bond and Trent Irby talk replant considerations in soybeans.
Mississippi Soybeans: Making Replant Decisions May 20, 2019
To say that this planting season has been full of challenges with respect to weather conditions would be an extreme understatement. According to the USDA NASS, Mississippi soybean planting as […]