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The Illinois Soybean Association has announced its ILSoyAdvisor award winners. The two awards are one way that ISA recognizes and shows its appreciation of Certified Crop Advisers across the state.

November 28, 2022 
| by Stephanie Porter |

Huddle with ILSoyAdvisor and make an offensive play for the 2023 growing season – attend Soybean Summit and Better Beans!

November 21, 2022 
| by Kelsey Litchfield |

I have had a few recent conversations about liquid fertilizers that are either soil applied or foliar applied as well the questionable promotion that is being put out there.

November 17, 2022 
| by Terry Wyciskalla |

We are excited to announce the first ever Illinois Soybean Association Student Research Poster Competition! The competition will take place at our 2023 Soybean Summit on February 2 at the I Hotel in Champaign, IL.

November 10, 2022 
| by Jennifer Jones |

There were stresses out there that held back yield in many fields which kept them from going over 90 or 100 bushels this year, but overall Illinois soybean yields were still considered good. The question remains, will Illinois soybean yields be as good as last year?

November 9, 2022 
| by Stephanie Porter |

When grading soybeans, some off-color seed coats can occur due to various issues such as viral diseases, weather, and ground damage.

November 3, 2022 
| by Stephanie Porter |

The Illinois Soybean Association has announced its ILSoyAdvisor award winners. The two awards are one way that ISA recognizes and shows its appreciation of Certified Crop Advisers across the state.

November 28, 2022 
| by Stephanie Porter |

Huddle with ILSoyAdvisor and make an offensive play for the 2023 growing season – attend Soybean Summit and Better Beans!

November 21, 2022 
| by Kelsey Litchfield |

I have had a few recent conversations about liquid fertilizers that are either soil applied or foliar applied as well the questionable promotion that is being put out there.

November 17, 2022 
| by Terry Wyciskalla |

We are excited to announce the first ever Illinois Soybean Association Student Research Poster Competition! The competition will take place at our 2023 Soybean Summit on February 2 at the I Hotel in Champaign, IL.

November 10, 2022 
| by Jennifer Jones |

There were stresses out there that held back yield in many fields which kept them from going over 90 or 100 bushels this year, but overall Illinois soybean yields were still considered good. The question remains, will Illinois soybean yields be as good as last year?

November 9, 2022 
| by Stephanie Porter |

When grading soybeans, some off-color seed coats can occur due to various issues such as viral diseases, weather, and ground damage.

November 3, 2022 
| by Stephanie Porter |

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