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Ground Work 2021: North Dakota Soybean Harvest Rolling

Matt GastSep 27, 2021

Planting early and a hot, dry summer combined to allow us to start harvesting soybeans about 15 to 20 days earlier than normal. Those same…

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

Jeff MagyarSep 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 YeagerSep 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: Rain Needed to Fill Out North Dakota Soybeans

Matt GastAug 24, 2021

Our fields are getting drier. After several weeks of ideal conditions, my town has recorded just 1 cm, or 0.4 inch, of rain in the…

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Ground Work 2021: Defending Soybeans against Kentucky Pests

Caleb RaglandAug 19, 2021

Though our double-crop soybeans got off to a good start in late June, the month of July was fairly dry. The crops are getting thirsty.…

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Ground Work 2021: Soybeans Thriving in New York State

Ralph LottJul 30, 2021

Our crops are looking good. Although the weather has been dry, we have consistently been getting enough rain to help the crops grow. So far,…