Reggie Strickland

U.S. Soybean Farmer

United Soybean Board

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Ground Work 2022: Soybeans Deliver Excellent Yields in Drought-Stricken North Carolina

Reggie Strickland|Nov 15, 2022

I started harvesting a beautiful crop of soybeans on October 27. Despite growing during the driest year I’ve experienced during my 35-year farming career, this…

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Ground Work 2022: North Carolina Soybeans Maintain Yield Potential Despite Drought

Reggie Strickland|Sep 13, 2022

2022 has continued to be the driest year I’ve seen in my 35 years of farming in my part of the U.S. Southeast. We received…

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Ground Work 2022: North Carolina Summer Grows Resilient Soybeans, Livestock and Vegetables

Reggie Strickland|Jul 26, 2022

So far, this has been the driest season I’ve experienced in my 35 years of farming in this area of the U.S. Southeast. We finally…

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Ground Work 2022: North Carolina Livestock and Crops Growing

Reggie Strickland|Jun 17, 2022

While I know that many areas of the U.S. are desperate for the rain to stop, in our area of the Southeast, we are desperate…

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Ground Work 2022: Cool Temperatures Slow North Carolina Planting

Reggie Strickland|Apr 29, 2022

April weather has been cooler than average in our area of the southeastern U.S., with temperatures dipping below 4°C, or 40°F, in the middle of…