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LATEST NEWS FROM Soybean College

09:39AM Jul 03, 2019

Farm Journal Corn and Soybean College 2019

AgWeb Staff
AgWeb Contributor
Continuing the format from last year, the two-day field event will include material on Corn and Soybeans and like always will have indoor sessions and outdoor hands-on sessions. The two-day ...
16:27PM Oct 10, 2017

Trusteed IRAs: why they are popular, who should consider them, what benefits they offer

AgWeb Staff
AgWeb Contributor
Q: I’ve heard a lot about trusteed IRAs. How do they differ from traditional IRAs? A: Simply put, trusteed IRAs offer potential tax benefits of traditional or Roth IRAs with ...
10:00AM Aug 10, 2016

Five Factors That Affect Soybean Yields

AgWeb Staff
AgWeb Contributor
Following the systems approach and counting pods per plant are two of numerous options for tracking plant development throughout the growing season.
17:55PM Aug 09, 2016

Manage Soybeans In-Season With A Systems Approach

AgWeb.com Editors
AgWeb Contributor
Consider all factors that can affect soybean health when working to maximize yields, speakers tell farmers at the 2016 Soybean College in Albert Lea, Minn.
07:38AM Apr 23, 2016

Take to the Field to Learn

Farm Journal Editors
AgWeb Contributor
Big changes are underway for the ninth year of Farm Journal College events.
22:35PM Feb 22, 2016

Could Narrow Rows Boost Your Wheat Yields?

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor
There are many factors within your control that influence wheat yield. Among the most important are row spacing and seeding rate, both of which affect wheat’s ability to capture sunlight, ...
15:51PM Feb 02, 2016

Do You Need a Burndown Herbicide?

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor
As you prepare for pre-season weed control, you'll want to consider burndown and pre-emergent herbicide options. How do you decide? It depends. In some cases, you may need to use ...