Recent Webinars - All Topics

WEBINAR: Emerging and Reemerging Diseases in Soybeans

April 30, 2019

1 CEU in Integrated Pest Management

Watch Nathan Kleczewski's "Emerging and Reemerging Diseases in Soybeans" live during April.

WEBINAR: Importance of Aggregation for Soil Health

March 13, 2019

1 CEU in Soil and Water Management

In this webinar we will go in-depth and learn more about how aggregates are an important part of a healthy soil. We’ll start with the basics of how aggregates form, what stabilizes them and how they naturally turnover with time.

WEBINAR: Creating a System for Soybean Yield Success

February 22, 2019

1 CEU in Crop Management

Over the past several years we’ve seen a consistent trend of increasing soybean yields in Illinois. While admittedly there can be a lot of frustrations in soybean management, there are also several strategies that have emerged to increase the likelihood of soybean success, year in and year out.

WEBINAR: Improved Seed Treatment Stewardship Through Innovation

January 17, 2019

1 CEU in Integrated Pest Management

In 2018, nearly 89 million acres each of corn and soybean were planted across the United States. The seed treatment products available for growers to use to protect these crops from damaging diseases, insects, and nematodes represent valuable tools during planting season.

WEBINAR: The Amazing 2018 Soybean Season: Lessons for 2019

December 18, 2018

1 CEU in Crop Management

The 2018 soybean crop got off to a slow start due to winter like conditions in April, but once the crop was up and running it turned into one of the best soybean seasons we've had in Illinois, with a predicted record yield of 66 bushels per acre.

WEBINAR: Explaining the 100-Bushel Yield Gap

November 28, 2018

1 CEU in Crop Management

A few growers have broken 100-bushel soybean yields and the world record is 171 bushels. Yet for many growers, field yields remain in the 50 to 75-bushel range. So, what are the limiting factors why U.S. and Illinois yields are often below contest winners?