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ILeVO Seed Treatment By: 02/24/2015 @ 5:57pm

By Kacey BirchmierBayer CropScience has a new tool for managing Sudden Death Syndrome (SDS). ILeVO is a systemic seed treatment that protects the soybean root system…

6 Lessons From Soybean School By: 02/11/2015 @ 1:50pm

Growers attending the Soybean Schools sponsored by Kansas State University across that state last week were treated to…

Video: Sudden Death Syndrome - Agronomy Insider By: 02/06/2015 @ 3:30pm

// Sudden Death Syndrome - Agronomy Insider - Steve Barnhart, regional agronomist for Winfield Solutions. Details…

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Picking Highest Yielding Week to Plant Soybeans Study By: 02/02/2015 @ 11:00pm

BECK’S Planting Date Study - 2014Beck’s Hybrids PFR program conducts more than 75 different studies across multiple locations (500+ acres) to learn how different management practices and new technologies…

Three Easy Steps to Boost Soybean Yields By: 01/09/2015 @ 12:09pm

In areas were soybean producers routinely have yields of less than 70 bushels per acre, the challenges are many: not enough precipitation, varieties that may not be ideal for the location, poor soils, and…

Outsmart Weeds By: 01/06/2015 @ 11:49am

After years of research, literature reviews, and firsthand experience with farmers, USDA-ARS researcher Randy Anderson is more convinced than ever that a whole-system strategy for crop management can outsmart…

Processor Shows Long-Term Commitment to High Oleic By: 12/18/2014 @ 10:43am

With the acreage planted to high oleic varieties growing each year, a prominent soybean processor is committing to the success of high oleic varieties by strengthening its ability to market the…

A New Bean By: 12/16/2014 @ 11:29am

It’s not often in a lifetime that you get a chance to try a brand-new crop.Here’s that chance – sort of. High-oleic soybeans are still soybeans, but they are different enough from traditional soybeans…

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