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March 2014

  • 2014’s Southern Soybean Varieties
    Soybean varieties suited for the Southern growing region. For more offerings contact your local seed representative.
  • Take Charge!
    This season, look at all available herbicides, including some “new kids on the block” to develop an effective weed management strategy in soybeans. Don’t let resistant weeds manage you.
  • Be Prepared At Planting
    Choose varieties carefully, consider applying a seed treatment and make sure your planter/drill equipment is properly set up, especially for conservation tillage systems...
  • Switching to Propane
    What are the benefits of using propanefueled irrigation engines over other engine types?
  • Editor's Note
    The soybean market: Two contrasting stories ...

 

November 2013

  • 2014’s Southern Soybean Varieties
    Soybean varieties suited for the Southern growing region. For more offerings contact your local seed representative.
  • GA Variety Selection Tips
    Making the proper variety selections is extremely important to the overall success of a soybean crop, according to Jared Whitaker, a member of the soybean team with the University of Georgia.
  • Industry News
    Arkansas soybean breeder honored

 

May 2013

  • Editor's Note
    More soybean acres, slower demand, lower prices?
  • Dangers Of Irrigating With Low-Quality Water
    Intensive watering practices are a major concern for producers in areas where irrigation water contains elevated levels of salt.
  • Industry Spotlight
    Leadership, education and research all have been recognized recently within the Southern soybean states via an endowed chair at MSU and a new president of SSDW.
  • Early & Late Soybean Pest Management
    Soybeans are affected by both early and late-season insect pests. New pesticide formulations now provide more convenient and effective products to help manage these challenges.
  • Industry News

 

March 2013

  • Editor's Note
    Soybeans stage their own rally.
  • Arkansas Yield Challenge
    Winners of the 2012 Go for the Green Yield Challenge announced.
  • Learn From 2012
    Check herbicide labels for rotation restrictions to avoid carryover issues. Make timely applications of
    preemergence herbicides to provide a clean seedbed at planting to help the crop get off to a strong start.
  • Insecticide Double Punch
    New product introductions and research are giving soybean growers more options to fight key
    pests that have been problematic over the past several years
  • Industry News

November 2012

May 2012



March 2012

  • MS Retailer Wages War On Weeds
    Industry program recognizes proactive efforts of retailers, crop consultants and county Extension agents in the fight against weed resistance.
  • SoilWeb App Accesses Soil Surveys
    The NRCS’s Web Soil Survey began as an online tool for pulling up soils information. Now this smartphone app provides a much faster way to retrieve ‘all things about soils.’
  • FFA ‘Pod Patrol’ Heads To The Field
    Tennessee’s Dyer County FFA members participated in a fun and educational in-field experience by scouting the latest in soybean technology during the 2011 season.
  • Editor's Note
    FFA: U.S. Agriculture’s Bright Future
     

November 2011

  • Varieties ’12
    This section offers a partial listing of soybean varieties suited for the Southern growing region
  • Soybean Farmer Finds 5-Bean Pod
    When first-time soybean farmer Lonnie Ingram of Braman, Okla., walked into his field of Asgrow Genuity Roundup Ready 2 Yield soybeans, he was surprised with what he found: a five-bean pod.
     

May 2011

  • Unwanted Bean Pests
    Redbanded stink bug, the brown marmorated stink bug and the kudzu bug are the ‘three big ones’ that Southern soybean producers need to watch out for.
  • MS Delta Retailer Honored
    Special program recognizes retailers, consultants and county Extension agents who are proactively involved in the fight against weed resistance.
  • Why Irrigate?
    Whether surface or sprinkler irrigation methods are used, the moisture availability that they provide creates the potential for increased yield over dryland production.
  • Problem Weeds
    Tennessee and Mississippi Delta soybean farmers share their strategies for effective weed control programs.
  • From the Editor
    Market Analyst Asks, ‘More Of The Same?’

March 2011

November 2010

  • Varieties ’11
    This section offers a partial listing of soybean varieties suited for the Southern growing region
  • The VRT Payoff
    Arkansas producer sees big benefits in grid sampling, variable rate technology and a consultant-designed program.
  • Product News
    Check out the latest information in the soybean products’ arena.
  • From the Editor
    Limit Up! USDA’s October Surprise

May 2010

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December 2005