ISA is continuing its podcasts, connecting agronomy experts with Illinois farmers to share their insights, experiences and recommendations on growing high-yielding, profitable soybeans.

Wheat-soybean double crop rotations are gaining attention due to commodity prices, environmental and economic benefits and new wheat varieties. In the most recent podcast, Kelly Robertson, owner of Precision Crop Services in Benton, Ill., explains best practices for wheat and soybean double-crop production systems.

Segment 1: Assessing the winter wheat crop

Section 2: Controlling weeds in a double-crop system

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About the Author: Kelly Robertson

Kelly was raised on a family farm in Benton, Illinois and graduated from Southern Illinois University (SIU)-Carbondale with a bachelor's in agriculture education and mechanization, and a master's in plant and soil science. He has spent 25 years as a soil fertility agronomist and precision agriculture consultant in Southern Illinois while also spending 4 years as a Farm/Agronomy Manager and GIS Coordinator for a large farm in southeastern Illinois. He is a Certified Professional Agronomist and a Certified Crop Adviser and was the Double-Crop Specialist for the Illinois Soybean Association in 2015.