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Dicamba injury and yield loss in Roundup ready soybeans

Here’s a quick summary of some research performed on the effect dicamba injury on yield performed at Purdue University for...

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2017 Winter Wheat Study Outcomes

Recently, Wisconsin soybean specialist Dr. Shawn Conley (with the help of his crack Bean Team) published the results of the...

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How Planting Dates, Maturity and Temperature Affect Soybean Yield and Composition

Grow the crop you want to bring to market A recent issue of Coolbean considers the effects of planting date,...

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Please Help Build Seed Variety Database

The Seed Variety Database is Now Live Badgerbean is proud to introduce a grower-generated database that will allow you to...

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Grower Resource: Herbicides and Spray Drift

Though a blanket of snow covers the fields now, it won’t be long before you’ll be thinking herbicides and spray...

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Grower Resource: The Effects of Seed Treatments and Seeding Rate

A recent publication by a panel of UW Extension experts considers the Response of Broad Spectrum and Target Specific Seed...

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Grower Resource: The Straight Scoop on Cover Crops

The Crop Protection Network (cropprotectionnetwork.org) has put together an excellent summary of  “Cover Crops Do’s and Don’ts”. You can read...

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Grower News: 2016 Wisconsin Oats and Barley Performance Tests

Winter is a time to repair, refit and think to the growing season ahead. If you follow the normal Corn/Small grain/Soybean...

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Grower News: The Facts About Growing Second Year Soybeans

This is a difficult topic to address because growing second year soybeans is not a best management practice. That said, economic...

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Grower News: New Traits Don’t Automatically Deliver The Highest Yields

In a recent edition of his blog The Soy Report, Dr. Shawn Conley reminds growers that new traits don’t automatically...

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