All Posts by Illinois Soybean Association

Increasing Working Capital with Soil Health Management Systems

August 03, 2020

Sustainability Practices

Tips for growing your operation by implementing no-till and cover crops.

WEBINAR: PGR's - The Missing Link to Next Level Soybean Yield

July 14, 2020


Learn how progressive farmers are managing their crops using plant growth regulators in combination with proper nutrition at critical crop stages from planting to harvest to break through yield barriers and realize greater yield potential.

Climate Risk and Adaptations

July 01, 2020

Sustainability Practices

A changing Illinois climate is leading some farmers to adapt their farming practices to protect their fields for the future.

WEBINAR: Conservation and Farmland Leasing: Issues for Non-Operating Landowners

August 20, 2020

Sustainability Practices

Register for this August 20 webinar on cover crops and how to have conversations with your landowner about conservation.

WEBINAR: Why Plant Health is More than Just Disease

June 25, 2020

Disease Management, In-Season Agronomy

Just like humans, crops are subject to stress caused by factors in their environment every day. And just like humans, if crops are stressed, they will not function and perform up to their maximum potential.

Illinois Department of Agriculture Dicamba Guidance

June 11, 2020

Weed Management

On June 9 the Illinois Department of Agriculture issued specific guidelines for Illinois for the use of existing stock of dicamba.

WEBINAR: Insect Pest Management in Soybeans: What to Watch Out for in 2020

June 04, 2020

Insect Management

This webinar will focus on season-long insect pest management in soybeans. We will discuss biology, damage potential and management tactics for dectes stem borer, stink bugs and defoliating insects.

Hang On And Be Prepared

May 20, 2020

ILSoyAdvisor Events

Top Takeaways from the 2020 Soybean Summit.

WEBINAR: Management Decisions Given COVID-19

May 12, 2020

AMP - Agribusiness Management

The coronavirus and its control measures have changed economic outlook, leading to lower soybean prices.

WEBINAR: Seedling Diseases Can Keep Your Plants From Popping

April 30, 2020

Disease Management

There are many diseases that can impact soybean productivity, reducing yields and quality. Seedling diseases, caused by Pythium, Phytophthora, Rhizoctonia and Fusarium are examples of pathogens that can impact soybeans in Illinois.