Planting soybeans into standing cereal rye provides an excellent seedbed, curbs erosion, and maintains yield potential, particularly on heavy soils.
Tweaks to corn planters can set the stage for superior stands.
Cover crops and salt-tolerant crops can help manage sodic and saline soils.
Rootworm traits and stacks are just some of the traits and stacks farmers have now and will have in the future. Also coming are new herbicide-tolerant stacks, with some microbial products tossed in.
Field agronomist Ryan Van Roekel shares his tips for pushing up soybean yields.
Don’t shove soybeans to the bench. Here are steps Dan Arkels uses to grow high-yield beans.
Test plots have been a step in boosting corn yields on Aaron Gingerich's farm near Lovington, Illinois.
Corn grown in rows 20 inches or narrower does well in northern areas. It also has potential for other regions.
The nozzles on your sprayer are crucial in controlling pests that can slice the yield potential of your crop.
Rushing to plant in wet soils can seriously slice yields.