All Posts by Jason Carr

Diary of a Soybean – Entry 3

November 01, 2021

In-Season Agronomy

Hi there! Max, your favorite blogging bean is back with a final report on the 2021 growing season.

Use Your Toolbox to Control White Mold Infections

September 17, 2021

Disease Management

As the growing season progresses and we near harvest, Illinois soybean growers often see increased disease symptomology in their fields.

Have You Applied Your Soybean Fungicide Yet?

August 06, 2021

Disease Management

Progressive growers have become increasingly aware of the value of fungicide application not only for disease control, but also for improved stress tolerance and plant health.

Diary of a Soybean – Entry 2

July 02, 2021

In-Season Agronomy

Last time we spoke, there was some doubt as to whether or not we would survive the hard freeze we had just been through.

Four Simple Steps to Minimize Pollinator Impact When Spraying

June 04, 2021

Sustainability Practices

Through my lifelong experiences in agriculture and as a beekeeper, I have sometimes observed conflict between my fellow apiarists and row-crop farmers.

PODCAST: Fungicide Treatments to Protect Soybean Yields

June 04, 2021

Disease Management

Jason Carr, CCA Soy Envoy and Bayer Crop Science technology development representative, joins the podcast to share the value fungicide treatments bring to soybean management programs to protect yields.

Diary of a Soybean

May 12, 2021

In-Season Agronomy

Hi there, my name is Max. Well, my full name is Glycine max, but almost nobody calls me that. You see, I am a soybean plant.

Conducting Quality On-Farm Research

April 19, 2021

Research Information

Digital ag platforms allow growers to verify the results of industry and third-party testing and implement experiments to answer other questions they may have.

Four Questions About Early Planting Answered

October 31, 2020

Planting Strategies

What we learned in 2020 can help us plan for 2021 planting.

Much Ado About Bean Leaf Beetles

September 04, 2020

Insect Management

Bean Leaf Beetles may need intervention late in the season.

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