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Spring is in the air for IL soybean producers. From field prep to reports of planters in action, signs of early soybean planting are surfacing statewide. Is your planter ready to go? Listen here.

March 4, 2024 
| by Kelsey Litchfield |

There are some yield advantages to planting early as well as some risks. Where does this yield advantage come from and how can we best manage the risks of planting early? Dr. Shawn Conley, University of Wisconsin-Madison answers these questions for you.

March 4, 2024 
| by Science for Success |

Science for Success is hosting a three-part virtual webinar series to discuss strategies farmers can utilize to optimize soybean yield. This webinar series will explore some of the many management decisions soybean farmers face throughout the growing season.

February 29, 2024 
| by Kelsey Litchfield |

In this Better Beans presentation, Dr. Seth Naeve shares actionable steps for boosting soybean yields. He explores the physiology of yield accrual, the impact of water stress on soybeans, the influence of smoke from wildfires, and sheds light on the crucial growth period for soybean yield.

February 28, 2024 
| by Kelsey Litchfield |

Participate in an ILSoyAdvisor webinar on March 14th, discovering the advancements in genomic and breeding technologies to tackle the evolving soybean cyst nematode resistance challenges such as those found in PI 88788 and Peking.

February 27, 2024 
| by Kelsey Litchfield |

On February 6, 2024, a federal court in Arizona vacated the labels of three dicamba-containing products used for in-crop broadleaf weed control in dicamba-resistant soybean varieties. Following the Arizona court ruling, EPA issued an order to allow application of existing stocks of these three dicamba-containing products previously registered for application in dicamba-resistant soybean varieties.

February 26, 2024 
| by Aaron Hager |

Spring is in the air for IL soybean producers. From field prep to reports of planters in action, signs of early soybean planting are surfacing statewide. Is your planter ready to go? Listen here.

March 4, 2024 
| by Kelsey Litchfield |

There are some yield advantages to planting early as well as some risks. Where does this yield advantage come from and how can we best manage the risks of planting early? Dr. Shawn Conley, University of Wisconsin-Madison answers these questions for you.

March 4, 2024 
| by Science for Success |

Science for Success is hosting a three-part virtual webinar series to discuss strategies farmers can utilize to optimize soybean yield. This webinar series will explore some of the many management decisions soybean farmers face throughout the growing season.

February 29, 2024 
| by Kelsey Litchfield |

In this Better Beans presentation, Dr. Seth Naeve shares actionable steps for boosting soybean yields. He explores the physiology of yield accrual, the impact of water stress on soybeans, the influence of smoke from wildfires, and sheds light on the crucial growth period for soybean yield.

February 28, 2024 
| by Kelsey Litchfield |

Participate in an ILSoyAdvisor webinar on March 14th, discovering the advancements in genomic and breeding technologies to tackle the evolving soybean cyst nematode resistance challenges such as those found in PI 88788 and Peking.

February 27, 2024 
| by Kelsey Litchfield |

On February 6, 2024, a federal court in Arizona vacated the labels of three dicamba-containing products used for in-crop broadleaf weed control in dicamba-resistant soybean varieties. Following the Arizona court ruling, EPA issued an order to allow application of existing stocks of these three dicamba-containing products previously registered for application in dicamba-resistant soybean varieties.

February 26, 2024 
| by Aaron Hager |


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