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2020 Ground Work: Soybean Breeding in Arkansas

Brad DoyleAug 7, 2020

Arkansas soybean farmer Brad Doyle shares a 2020 Ground Work update on soybean plant breeding and irrigation for his farm and Eagle Seed Company.


Crop Residue Decisions Impact Soil Life

American Society of AgronomyAug 6, 2020

The American Society of Agronomy highlighted a Louisiana State University AgCenter research project comparing the impact of no-till and prescribed fire as crop residue management…


Growth in Tempeh Market Offers Global Opportunities

USSEC Staff WriterAug 5, 2020

Growing demand for tempeh could increase demand for the U.S. soybeans preferred in Indonesia – and create opportunities for Indonesia to export tempeh to the…


New Approach to Soybean Meal Looks at Bigger Picture

Peter SchottAug 4, 2020

Genesis Feed Technologies co-founder and CEO Peter Schott explains how a meta-analysis and a nutrient value calculator have helped to quantify the economic advantage of…


Dredging Project Readies Mississippi River for Efficient Soy Transportation

Paul Murphy-SpoonerAug 3, 2020

United Soybean Board-funded research is used to inform a dredging project in the Mississippi River, which will improve freight-based transportation of soybeans and create a…

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2020 Ground Work: Dry Weather Shows Value of No-Till in Indiana

Tom GriffithsJul 31, 2020

Indiana soybean farmer Tom Griffiths shares a 2020 Ground Work update on crop progress in dry weather conditions, the value of no-till, and continuous improvement…