LATEST NEWS FROM Soybeans

Cover Crop
13:45PM Jan 28, 2020

New to Cover Crops? Make Sure You Terminate Them In Time

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor

Farmers took PP on 20 million acres. This unprecedented event had farmers looking for solutions, something to offset erosion, suppress weeds and stop fallow field syndrome. For many that meant

13:27PM Jan 23, 2020

New Soybean Pre-Emergent Herbicide Targets Pigweeds

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor

Joining the fight against these foes is FMC’s Authority Edge pre-plant, pre-emergent herbicide for use in soybeans, sunflowers and dry shelled peas.

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15:34PM Jan 21, 2020

Get a Head Start on the Long Road to Repairing Ruts, Gullies

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor

This past year, prevent plant acres soared to a new record of 20 million. What that number fails to account for are the acres that did get planted but maybe

08:03AM Jan 21, 2020

The Great Shame: Mississippi Delta 2019 Flood of Hell and High Water

Chris Bennett
Technology and Issues Editor

In one of the most heavily ignored and needless catastrophes in recent U.S. history, 548,000 acres of the Mississippi Delta were silently swallowed in 2019 and submerged for five months.

16:02PM Jan 20, 2020

FarmDoc: Expect Negative 2020 Returns Unless Yields Beat Expectation

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor

While recent trade agreements indicate positive momentum in the corn and soybean markets, it’s still not quite enough to make positive net returns, not without some unexpected help, that is.

12:06PM Jan 17, 2020

BREAKING: Trump Trade Trip to India in the Works

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor

President Trump hopes to sign a trade deal to open more agricultural and industrial opportunities with India shortly after the conclusion of the Senate impeachment trial, according to Pro Farmer’s

09:39AM Jan 17, 2020

Perdue: 3rd MFP Payment Coming Soon, No New MFP for 2020

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor

With the phase one trade deal with China official, farmers are expecting more positive momentum in the markets. However, they shouldn’t expect an extension of the MFP, according to USDA