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How many acres of soybeans are needed?


The USDA's survey of U.S. crop producers last month revealed intentions to plant 81.493 million acres of soybeans this year.

Why planting soybean early improves yield potential


Last year, Jim Specht and Patricio Grassini, University of Nebraska agronomists, well documented that, on average, Nebraska farmers plant soybeans two weeks earlier than they did in 1980. In 1980, half the soybean crop was planted by May 25; in 2012, half the crop was planted by May 11. This trend to earlier planting is likely due to a number of factors.

New soybean germplasm line released


The U.S. Department of Agriculture has teamed with University of Tennessee AgResearch and the Missouri Agricultural Experiment Station to produce a new soybean germplasm line.

Monsanto releases podcast, website on RR patent expiration (04/01/14)

Genetic improvement is key to greater soybean yields (03/19/14)

Growers should prepare for larger soybean seed in 2014 (03/19/14)

Update on CLA/ASTA’s guide to seed treatment stewardship (03/18/14)

Draft EIS comment period closes with Enlist support (03/12/14)

Avoid contaminating seed super boxes in handling (03/11/14)

Coated seeds could encourage early planting  (03/10/14)

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