Ohio Soybean Field Leader Soybean Seed Quality

Seed Quality Issues In Soybean

Let’s face it – we’ve had historic rains in parts of Ohio during 2018 and we are now observing many late season issues that come …

Ohio Field Leader Harvest Tips for Planting Success

Three Harvest Tips To Support Planting Success

For many farmers, harvest marks the end of the growing season. They’re excited to find out how seed, inputs and management decisions paid off. Once …

Ohio Field Leader Farm Precision Technology

Meet Three Ohio Farmers Improving Farm Efficiency With Technology

Ohio is home to many innovative soybean growers who are adopting technologies to farm more efficiently and get the most out of their inputs. Three …

Ohio Field Leader How to Select Soybean Seed

How to Approach Soybean Seed Selection

Seed selection is one of the most important decisions farmers make each year. It involves reviewing the latest private and university research, paying close attention …

Farmer scouting soybean fields in the fall.

Tips for Fall Weed Management and Burndown

Managing weeds and herbicide resistance has become a year-round necessity for farmers. It starts in the spring with an herbicide plan including overlapping chemistries to …

Ohio Field Leader Soybean Conservation Practices

On-Field Ohio! Helps 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 …

Ohio Field Leader Soybean Palmer Amaranth

Palmer Amaranth: A Notorious Pigweed

Prevention, prevention, prevention! That’s the best advice a grower can get about controlling Palmer amaranth pigweed infestations. What makes this particular weed so hard to …

Ohio Field Leader Soybean Stink Bug Identification

Stink Bugs on the Rise

Over the past 20 years, the brown marmorated stink bug (BMSB) has become an increasing problem for soybean growers. An invasive species in the U.S., …

Soybean Field

Tips for Getting the Most Out of Late Planted Soybeans

Persistent wet weather prevented soybean planting in many areas of the state. Late planting reduces the cultural practice options for row spacing, seeding rate, and …

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