All Posts by Terry Wyciskalla

Double-crop soybeans in the ground: What do I need to do now?

July 03, 2018


Double-crop soybean management doesn’t end with planting.

Webinar: Why Soil Sampling Is Important For High Yielding Soybeans

October 13, 2017

Sustainability Practices

Join Terry Wyciskalla as he describes how to collect a soil sample, what spatial patterns to follow, what range of tests to consider, and how to interpret soil test results.

Phosphorus Management and the 4Rs

February 08, 2017

Nutrient Management

Phosphorus (P) also impacts water quality and is a common cause of hypoxia in surface water bodies.

Nitrogen Management and the 4Rs

February 01, 2017

Nutrient Management

Nitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P) are the two main concerns when addressing impairments to water quality.

4Rs, High Yields and the 2016 Soybean Season

January 25, 2017

Harvest Strategies

Following the 4Rs won’t prevent you from producing high yield soybeans.

The 4Rs and Illinois NLRS

January 18, 2017

Sustainability Practices

Illinois has adopted its own Illinois Nutrient Loss Reduction Strategy (NLRS) to reduce nitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P) losses from the landscape.

Soil Sampling and Soil Tests 101

January 11, 2017

Sustainability Practices

Editor’s Note: This is the 1st part in a 2-part series on the 4Rs and nutrient management.

Agronomy: Summarizing the Soybean Season from Southwest Illinois

October 14, 2016

Harvest Strategies

Well, this is my last article as the season comes to a close as a Soybean Envoy for 2016.

Agronomy: Part 2: What do you feel is the biggest challenge in raising soybeans?

September 16, 2016

Harvest Strategies

Last month I switched things up and posed this question to some of my customers (twice) with the general consensus that weed control is the #1 challenge when raising soybeans and then received a myriad of responses on the #2 challenge.

Agronomy: What is the biggest challenge in raising soybeans?

August 20, 2016

In-Season Agronomy

This month I decided to switch things up just a bit by posing that question to several of my customers across southwest Illinois.