All Posts by Stephanie Porter

How Does Drought Affect Soybeans?

July 30, 2019

Farm Management

We can easily see corn showing signs of drought or heat symptoms, but signs of soybeans under drought stress aren’t as obvious.

Risks For Soybeans Planted After Soybeans

June 20, 2019

Planting Agronomy

Continuous soybeans require a higher level of management.

5 Reasons to Stop Your Higher Soybean Population

April 15, 2019

Planting Agronomy

How to be a successful low population soybean producer and optimize yield while saving on seed costs.

Sulfur Becoming a Necessity

March 15, 2019

Nutrient Management

Maybe it is time to consider adding sulfur to your fertility program.

Can You Get a Hold of Your Soybean Mold with a Threshold?

August 06, 2018

Disease Management

Does a threshold exist for foliar fungicide treatments on soybeans?

What You Should Know About Your Soybean Row

April 16, 2018

Planting Agronomy

Recently, both agronomists and growers have been circling around the question of soybean row width and during a recent Twitter poll, 37% voted for me to write about soybean row spacing.

Better Bean Series – Jacksonville, Illinois

February 16, 2018

ILSoyAdvisor Events

On February 1st a large crowd gathered at Hamilton’s in Jacksonville, Illinois, to learn how they could maximize yield and reach the full profitability of soybeans.

It’s “Draft Season” for 2018 Planting

November 30, 2017

Planting Agronomy

Soybean variety selection is the first important decision you make, and seed companies take this very seriously.

The Top 10 Reasons for Higher Soybean Yields in 2017

October 18, 2017

Harvest Strategies

A year ago, many CCA’s agreed that Illinois growers needed to make some different management decisions or change their way of thinking when it came to growing soybeans.

Is Soybean Vein Necrosis Virus a Problem?

September 28, 2017

Disease Management

Since SVNV is a newly discovered disease, no one truly knew its effect on soybean production until recently.

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