LATEST NEWS FROM Soybeans

Joel Layman
08:00AM Jul 03, 2020

4 Questions To Ask Before Switching From GMO to Conventional Crops

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor

One of the greatest barriers to growing non-GMO corn or soybeans is often the risk—what if the yields aren’t as high as your experience with traited crops?

14:43PM Jul 01, 2020

Can You Distinguish Different Types of Herbicide Damage in Soybeans?

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor

While herbicide damage—really any damage—isn’t something you want to see in your growing crop, the reality is it happens. This year it seems to be popping up more than usual

Japanese Beetles
11:59AM Jun 30, 2020

Boots In The Field: Insect Pressures Mount, Herbicide Damage Apparent

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor

While excessive rainfall in the early season lead to replant or delayed planting for some of the eastern Corn Belt, dry conditions and other aliments are the concern today.

11:27AM Jun 29, 2020

Analyst: More Soybean Acres in 2020

AgDay TV
AgWeb Contributor

In its Prospective Plantings report, USDA said 97 million acres were planted. If realized, that number is up 8%, or 7.29 million acres, more than last year.

08:53AM Jun 29, 2020

All Eyes on Grain Stocks, Acreage Report This Week

AgDay TV
AgWeb Contributor

Farmers, businesses and traders will have their eyes on the markets this week because USDA will release its updated Crop Progress report on Monday.

11:40AM Jun 26, 2020

What Happens to Glyphosate, Dicamba and PCBs Now?

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor

Bayer recently announced it would settle all Roundup, dicamba drift and PCB water litigation cases between $10.1 and $10.9 billion. At the same time, the company said this settlement is

12:03PM Jun 24, 2020

Bayer Settles Roundup, Dicamba and PCB Water Lawsuits for $10 Billion

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor

Wednesday Bayer reached a settlement with plaintiffs in its Roundup, glyphosate, lawsuits and litigation concerning dicamba drift and PCB water. The company agreed to a total payment of $10.1 billion