Soybeans


30 | 05 | 2017

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What To Look For At Crop Emergence In Your Soybeans

Tim Borho, Commercial Agronomist at Dow Seeds gives us tips on what to look for in your Soybean fields at emergency from disease to insects to be sure you crop has a healthy start.


30 | 05 | 2017

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Nodulation in Soybean

Daniel Masse, Commercial Agronomist with Dow Seeds discusses soybean nodulation and what to look for to maximize your soybean yield.


09 | 10 | 2015

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Looking at Double Cropping Soybeans?

Consider all the implications before planting a late soybean crop after harvesting a cereal crop. It's a gamble


02 | 10 | 2015

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Increasing Soybean Yields

There are several key agronomic decisions that impact soybean crops and should be considered to increase yields


13 | 10 | 2015

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Managing Fall Frost on Soybeans

In late planting season, it's very common to encounter fall frost damage on soybeans. Frost damage can cause wetter than normal beans that are very slow to dry down. Beans are harder to harvest and there may be more immature beans rejected at the elevator.


09 | 10 | 2015

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Moisture Stress

Inadequate water stresses soybean plants and opens the way for disease and insect damage, and lower yields. Learn some management strategies to reduce the impact of moisture stress.


01 | 11 | 2016

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Optimal Soybean Harvest Timing Tips

Not too dry. Not too wet. Harvest timing for soybeans can be tricky. Once they hit maturity and 50% moisture, they can drop to 13% in just two weeks. Here are some tips from Drew Pearson to make the most of your soybean harvest.


07 | 10 | 2015

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Phytophthora

Phytophthora root and stem rot are caused by the pathogen Phytophthora sojae and account for a large portion of yield loss every year. More than 50 different races of P. sojae have been identified. Phytophthora can attack soybean plants at any stage of development but is often most damaging when it occurs early in the season.


09 | 10 | 2015

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Soybean Cyst Nematode

Soybean cyst nematode (SCN) is a microscopic roundworm (Heterodera glycines) related to the parasitic roundworms that infect livestock and pets. Once established, this pest is impossible to eliminate. Learn how to manage it to keep numbers low in soybean crops.


29 | 03 | 2016

SoybeanPlanting

Soybean Planting

Soybean Planting with Tim Borho


01 | 11 | 2016


Tips on choosing the right soybean variety for your field.

Holly Loucas, Customer Agronomist at Dow AgroSciences provides helpful tips on choosing the right soybean varieties to optimize performance on your farm. Find out more here.


09 | 10 | 2015

WhiteMould

White Mold

White mold is a disease of high yield potential soybeans. Understand the factors that affect white mould development and potential severity, then adopt the appropriate management practices.


08 | 12 | 2015

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White Mold in Soybeans - Insights from Dow Seeds Agronomist, Holly Loucas

White mold occurs every summer. The sclerotia (fruiting bodies) are abundant in soils and can last 7 or 8 years. What can you do to minimize its impact on your crops? Holly has a few tips.


07 | 10 | 2015

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Weed Facts

Learn more about how long weed seeds can live, how weed density affects crop yields, and the long-term impact of glyphosate-resistant weeds.