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Jul 15, 2015

Take advantage of market rally

We caught up with blogger and Farm Direction CEO Kevin Van Trump at a recent event. CSD Editor Kurt Lawton asked him about his perspective on corn and soybean markets in the coming month, and what farmers should be looking out for....More
Jan 24, 2013

Soybean Breeding Process Refined 3

DuPont Pioneer recently announced the new T Series soybeans. During the announcement, they talked about refining the soybean breeding process using their Accelerated Yield Technology (AYT) system. While it "doesn't shorten the breeding process, it makes what is put into the system much better," says Jessie Alt, DuPont Pioneer soybean breeder and research scientist. Alt talks here about the breeding process, how AYT helps, molecular markers, the soybean genome and the Pioneer IMPACT program....More
Sep 19, 2011

Soybean Frost Damage

Hans Kandel, North Dakota Extension agronomist, talks about frost damage to soybeans and what that means for plants not fully mature, and the effect on yield....More
Jul 15, 2011

Scout for Soybean Aphids

Janet Knodel, North Dakota State Extension entomologist, advises soybean growers in the Upper Midwest that now is the time to scout for soybean aphids. She says it is, however, important to keep threshold levels in mind when deciding whether or not to spray....More
May 4, 2011

Don't Rush to Plant Soybeans

Even though planting has been delayed around the Upper Midwest, it's important to not rush and mud-in soybeans when planting this spring, says David Wright, Iowa Soybean Association director of contract research and strategic initiatives. He explains why there's no reason to rush when planting soybeans....More
Oct 29, 2010

Podcast: Tips To Handle Your Outdoor Corn or Soybean Piles

One inch of rain increases moisture content of top 1 ft. of pile by 9 percentage points Probe to determine moisture content of wet grain and measure temperature May have to pick up grain and run it through grain dryer to prevent spoilage...More

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