The State of Soy: Research03/20/2019 | Crop Production Research, Soil Health, Water Quality, Soybean News, Economics, Weed Issues, Weather
Guests: ISA member and soybean farmer Steve Killpack, ISA Senior Director of Research Ed Anderson and John Deere Manager of Production System Field Research Scott Schadler
Maximizing the potential of every soybean acre is important. Especially this year. Managing weeds, pests and disease and using inputs efficiently can reduce costs and boost yield potential. Research for farmers conducted by farmers is a priority of the Iowa Soybean Association. The March edition of The State of Soy will highlight timely research results, plans for 2019 and how farmers can be active participants to make the most of every acre of production.
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