Soybean Checkoff Research
How AI and Unmanned Aerial Systems Could Change the Future of Crop Scouting
OSU researchers are testing the use of small Unmanned Aerial Systems (sUAS) in Ohio fields to automate the scouting process with data collected directly from the crop canopy.
How long do we have for late planted soybeans to mature?
“The concerns about frost limiting soybean potential in northern Ohio this year are warranted.” – Greg LaBarge, Ohio State University Extension
A “dryer” soybean harvest
The challenging wet weather this spring may lead to wet soybeans for harvest this fall around Ohio.
Sorting Out the Soybean Herbicide Resistance Traits
“The good news is that we have new options for control of herbicide-resistant weeds.” – Dr. Mark Loux, Professor of Weed Science, The Ohio State University
Challenges continue in Northwest Ohio
“I have never seen a year like this one, and never seen it this widespread. ” – Glen Newcomer, CCA, Bryan Ohio
Use Caution Choosing Cover Crops for SCN-Infested Fields
There are plenty of agronomic incentives to plant cover crops this fall. But for fields infested with soybean cyst nematode (SCN) there’s one watch-out: Don’t …
Unplanted acres and unanswered questions about Lake Erie’s algal bloom
“Our prediction was that 24% less phosphorus would be entering the lake (due to less fertilizer being applied) this year.” -Chris Winslow, director for Ohio Sea Grant and Ohio State’s Stone Laboratory.
Latta Listening Session Addressed Impacts of a Challenging 2019
By Dusty Sonnenberg, Field Leader The extensive prevented planting acres in Ohio and limited yield potential for many acres of late-planted crops have generated plenty …
The Worst Planting Season Has Lasting Ripple Effects
By Dusty Sonnenberg, Field Leader In what would normally be a productive and exciting time of year on the Hesterman farm in Henry County, mid- …