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Ground Work 2022:Missouri Weather Impacts Soybean Management Decisions

Neal Bredehoeft|Aug 8, 2022

After getting off to a strong start, a very hot, dry July damaged crop yields in our area of the U.S. Midwest. On July 2,…

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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 2021:Alabama Soybeans Filling Pods as Harvest Season Begins

Wendy Yeager|Sep 29, 2021

Our crops are maturing, and that means fall fieldwork is just getting started. With our crop rotation, that means we are managing crops in a…

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Ground Work 2021:Season Just Starting to Change for Michigan Soybeans

Laurie Isley|Sep 13, 2021

As August ends and September begins, we are seeing the first signs of fall in our region of Michigan, in the eastern U.S. Midwest. I…

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Quality U.S. Soyfood Beans:Careful Management in Ohio Protects Crop Quality

Jeff Magyar|Sep 3, 2021

As one of the U.S. farmers raising high-quality, food-grade soybeans, I focus on protecting the quality of those soybeans throughout the season. In fact, every…

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Ground Work 2021:Managing Disease and Insect Pressure in Alabama Soybeans

Wendy Yeager|Sep 1, 2021

It’s the time of year when diseases and insects invade our growing crops. All the crops are growing well and we are currently looking good…

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Ground Work 2021:Michigan Soybean Harvest Moving Quickly

Laurie Isley|Oct 11, 2021

The dry August in our region of the eastern U.S. Midwest first showed its impact on our crops with how quickly both our soybeans and…