Research Projects

The Blanchard River Watershed Network conducts in-field research and serves as a conservation resource for farmers in Ohio

Blanchard River Demonstration Farms Network Serves As Conservation Resource For Farmers

The Blanchard River Demonstration Farms Network (BRDFN) is an innovative way to gauge the true impact of crop nutrients on Ohio’s water and explore cutting-edge …

Conservation tillage research and nutrient placement Ohio Soy Field Leader

Digging Into Strip-Till and Nutrient Management Research

Strip-till is a conservation tillage method more Ohio farmers are digging into because it blends the benefits of traditional tillage with the soil health aspects …

Field Leader Explores Ag Equipment Innovations RoGator C Series Sprayer

Exploring Ag Equipment Innovations

Each season offers growers and retailers the opportunity to improve their business for the future. Upgrading farm equipment is a change that requires substantial investment, …

Ohio Field Leader Wheat Cover Crops in Farm Science Review Field

How To Get Started With Cover Crops

Productive soils are key to maximizing soybean yields and farm profitability. Cover crops are a great way to enhance soil health, maintain fertility and improve …

Farm Nutrient Management Data Ohio Soybean Checkoff Research

Using Data To Illustrate Nutrient Management Efforts

Nutrient management is an important aspect of soybean farming, because knowing when and how much of a fertilizer to apply is key to high yields. …

Ohio Field Leader Soybean Conservation Practices

On-Field Ohio! Will Help Farmers Limit Erosion and Phosphorus Runoff

Keeping valuable soil and phosphorus (P) on fields is key to building a profitable and sustainable future for Ohio farmers. Determining the right fit for …

Lead the Way With The Help Of Your Soybean Checkoff

As farming continues to change, it’s more important than ever for growers to stay on top of the latest agronomic research, technology trends and water quality best practices. That’s why the Ohio Soybean Council developed Field Leader.

Soil Phosphorus Levels Continue to Decline in Ohio

Good news for Ohioans concerned about protecting surface water quality while maintaining agricultural production: soil phosphorus levels have trended downward in at 80 percent of …

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