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Illinois Central College student, James Hodskins, reflects on his participation in Illinois Soybean Association's mentorship program, highlighting the program as an excellent opportunity to extend learning outside the traditional classroom and engage with industry experts.

May 22, 2024 
| by Illinois Soybean Association |

In the latest ILSoyAdvisor podcast, Abigail Peterson, CCA, and Stephanie Porter, CCA, from Illinois Soybean Association discuss the current planting and crop conditions in Illinois. They cover mid-May to June soybean planting recommendations and address the latest issues with weeds, cover crop termination, and pests.

May 22, 2024 
| by Kelsey Litchfield |

With some areas still grappling with rain delays, saturated soils, and a lack of planting progress, IL Soy Envoy Kelly Robertson shares a few thoughts on the tough situation many farmers are facing and offers some advice that might help while they wait to get back into the fields.

May 21, 2024 
| by Kelly Robertson |

This June, producers can get their questions answered about installing edge-of-field conservation practices by connecting with experienced farmers at a west-central Illinois panel discussion hosted by Illinois Extension.

May 21, 2024 
| by University of Illinois |

If you're planting soybeans from mid-May to June, refer to this checklist from Illinois Soybean Association Agronomist Stephanie Porter, CCA, for insights on seeding rate, row spacing, maturity, weed management, disease control, and more.

May 17, 2024 
| by Stephanie Porter |

Talena Sprecher, a student at Illinois Central College, found the Illinois Soybean Association’s new mentorship program incredibly rewarding, gaining valuable insights and forming numerous professional relationships. In this video, she discusses the program's impact on both personal and industry growth.

May 17, 2024 
| by Illinois Soybean Association |

Illinois Central College student, James Hodskins, reflects on his participation in Illinois Soybean Association's mentorship program, highlighting the program as an excellent opportunity to extend learning outside the traditional classroom and engage with industry experts.

May 22, 2024 
| by Illinois Soybean Association |

In the latest ILSoyAdvisor podcast, Abigail Peterson, CCA, and Stephanie Porter, CCA, from Illinois Soybean Association discuss the current planting and crop conditions in Illinois. They cover mid-May to June soybean planting recommendations and address the latest issues with weeds, cover crop termination, and pests.

May 22, 2024 
| by Kelsey Litchfield |

With some areas still grappling with rain delays, saturated soils, and a lack of planting progress, IL Soy Envoy Kelly Robertson shares a few thoughts on the tough situation many farmers are facing and offers some advice that might help while they wait to get back into the fields.

May 21, 2024 
| by Kelly Robertson |

This June, producers can get their questions answered about installing edge-of-field conservation practices by connecting with experienced farmers at a west-central Illinois panel discussion hosted by Illinois Extension.

May 21, 2024 
| by University of Illinois |

If you're planting soybeans from mid-May to June, refer to this checklist from Illinois Soybean Association Agronomist Stephanie Porter, CCA, for insights on seeding rate, row spacing, maturity, weed management, disease control, and more.

May 17, 2024 
| by Stephanie Porter |

Talena Sprecher, a student at Illinois Central College, found the Illinois Soybean Association’s new mentorship program incredibly rewarding, gaining valuable insights and forming numerous professional relationships. In this video, she discusses the program's impact on both personal and industry growth.

May 17, 2024 
| by Illinois Soybean Association |


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