Soy Checkoff Announces Its Research Priorities

The 78 farmer-leaders of the United Soybean Board (USB) approved new projects designed to drive innovation, increase value and create additional demand for...

U Of Illinois Researcher: Corn And Soybean Maladapted To Climate Variations, Study Says

U.S. corn and soybean varieties have become increasingly heat and drought resistant as agricultural production adapts to a changing climate. But the focus on...

Benson Hill Exceeds Soybean Acreage Target For 2021, Begins Commercialization Of its Ultra-High Protein...

Benson Hill, Inc. (the "Company" or "Benson Hill") today announced that it has exceeded its previous target of doubling contracted acres of its proprietary...

New Lumiderm Soybean Insecticide Seed Treatment From Pioneer Doubles Spectrum Of Insect Control

eginning in 2022, soybean growers will be able to protect the genetic potential of their seed investment against double the damaging pests. Lumiderm is...

USDA Reports 65% Of Corn, 59% Of Soybeans In Good To Excellent Shape

he USDA's national condition rating on corn improved a little over the past week, while soybeans were steady and spring wheat continues to show...

Cibus, GDM Establish Strategic Partnership To Deliver New Solutions For Soybean Farmers

Cibus, a leader in precision gene editing in agriculture, and GDM, a leading global soybean research company, today announced a strategic collaboration focused on...

Clear as Mud: Diversity of Weed Control Platforms in Soybeans

Henry Prinzen, CCA-ON, B.Sc. Agr. Territory Manager, Maizex Seeds Gone are the good ol' days and the simplicity of glyphosate-tolerant or conventional soybeans. Today, we have...

Early vegetative soybean defoliation

By Dr. Laura Lindsey, Adapted from C.O.R.N.  20-2021 H Reports from surrounding states suggest defoliation or stem damage in soybeans are less critical to yield if...

Cleaner air has boosted U.S. corn and soybean yields, Stanford-led research shows

BY ROB JORDAN Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment A key factor in America’s prodigious agricultural output turns out to be something farmers can do little...

United Soybean Board Launches “Take Action” During Pest Action Week

As farmers prepare for a critical stage in their crop's development when disease and pest pressure can threaten yield and profitability, the soy checkoff...
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