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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 |

Learn about the 2024 update of Dr. Fred Below's Six Secrets to Soybean Success in this episode with Dr. Connor Sible. He shares more data from 2023 trials on planting dates, molybdenum seed treatment, fuller maturity groups, foliar protection, fertility, and a potential seventh secret!

February 26, 2024 
| by Kelsey Litchfield |

Explore the profitability of wheat and double-crop soybeans with Dr. Jessica Rutkoski in this Better Beans presentation. Learn about wheat harvest strategies, scab control, and methods to enhance yields.

February 20, 2024 
| by Kelsey Litchfield |

As summer comes to a close, farmers throughout Illinois are on alert for white mold, a disease that can seriously impact soybean yield. Soy Envoy Crystal Williams describes how to identify white mold and how to manage it throughout harvest and in the future.

September 5, 2023 
| by Crystal Williams |

John Pike, an operator of Pike Ag, LLC, located in Marion, Illinois, is a consultant and researcher specializing in nutrient management, cover crops, and water quality. In this video, Pike showcases his farm located south of Marion, where he has implemented a nine-year intensive cover crop program.

June 21, 2023 
| by Kelsey Litchfield |

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 |

Learn about the 2024 update of Dr. Fred Below's Six Secrets to Soybean Success in this episode with Dr. Connor Sible. He shares more data from 2023 trials on planting dates, molybdenum seed treatment, fuller maturity groups, foliar protection, fertility, and a potential seventh secret!

February 26, 2024 
| by Kelsey Litchfield |

Explore the profitability of wheat and double-crop soybeans with Dr. Jessica Rutkoski in this Better Beans presentation. Learn about wheat harvest strategies, scab control, and methods to enhance yields.

February 20, 2024 
| by Kelsey Litchfield |

As summer comes to a close, farmers throughout Illinois are on alert for white mold, a disease that can seriously impact soybean yield. Soy Envoy Crystal Williams describes how to identify white mold and how to manage it throughout harvest and in the future.

September 5, 2023 
| by Crystal Williams |

John Pike, an operator of Pike Ag, LLC, located in Marion, Illinois, is a consultant and researcher specializing in nutrient management, cover crops, and water quality. In this video, Pike showcases his farm located south of Marion, where he has implemented a nine-year intensive cover crop program.

June 21, 2023 
| by Kelsey Litchfield |

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