SUSTAINABILITY

Crop Insurance, Tariffs Worry WI Soy Farmers

04.04.18 Update. Today China proposed a 25% tariff on 106 products, including soybeans. The Chinese tariffs are not immediate but...

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RESEARCH TRENDS

Ryan Nell Experiments With Very Early Planting

Nell of Beaver Dam, Wisconsin recently planted 4.5 acres of soybeans on a field that was corn silage last fall,...

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SUSTAINABILITY

Study Shows Promise of Wisconsin Soy Crushing Facility

A feasibility study commissioned by the Wisconsin Soybean Marketing Board (WSMB) showed Wisconsin is ready for an in-state soybean crushing...

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SUSTAINABILITY

US EPA Places Dicamba On Restricted Use List

On October 13th, the US EPA placed a number of formulations of the herbicide dicamba on the restricted use product list. This...

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SUSTAINABILITY

US EPA Proposes Scale Back of Renewable Fuel Standard

According to a recent release of the the American Soybean Association (ASA), the US EPA signaled it is considering reducing...

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RESEARCH TRENDS

Adding Nitrogen to Soybeans Doesn’t Pay

In a recent study, 21 soybean scholars, including our own Dr. Shawn Conley, reviewed the effect on yield of adding...

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RESEARCH TRENDS

ASA Looks for Answers About Dicamba Damage

In a recent release,  the American Soybean Association (ASA) voiced its concern about the growing number of reports about dicamba...

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PRODUCTION TRENDS

You’re Already Out. Why Not Sample for Soybean Cyst Nematode?

The Wisconsin Soybean Marketing Board (WSMB) sponsors free nematode testing for growers. It’s a great program to take advantage of...

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PRODUCTION TRENDS

Handling Variable Soybean Maturity

It’s been an odd—and variable— year weather wise. When you factor in soil types, flooding, ponding and a late season...

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