Dr. Larry Heatherly breaks down what an HG type is and explains how to use it to select SCN-resistant soybean varieties.
Mark Apelt, regional product specialist at Beck’s Hybrids, and Mike Hannewald, precision farming field advisor at Beck’s Hybrids, explore how to select appropriate planting populations and varieties for different zones across a field.
A collection of images to represent expected plant responses to mostly lower than labeled rates of herbicides on various crops and other plants.
This tool from Illinois helps farmers make decisions about crop insurance. It computes farmer-paid premiums for different user entered parameters, calculates insurance payments for user supplied prices and yields & provides historical data.
This publication developed by the Crop Protection Network lays out the basics on cover crop management.
This guide outlines scouting practices, common pests, and other issues for NC soybean growers. It was published by the NCSPA.
An adjuvant is any substance added to an herbicide to increase its effectiveness or make it easier to apply. This publication lists 779 products from 38 companies.
Understanding how the previous crop, soil temperature, soil pH, tillage, nitrogen products, and application timing interact requires a basic knowledge of nitrogen in the soil and the fertilizer that you apply.
NCSU’s Dr. Jim Dunphy discusses agronomic issues with flood and moisture damaged soybeans.
NCSU’s Dr. Jim Dunphy shares tips for growers on how to deal with flood and water-logged soybeans.