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  • Wireworms Have Multi-year Impact

    Wireworms Have Multi-year Impact

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  • White Grubs Thrive on Soybean Roots

    White Grubs Thrive on Soybean Roots

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  • Crop Residue Invites Seedcorn Maggot

    Crop Residue Invites Seedcorn Maggot

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  • The Buzz about Sulphur on Soybeans

    The Buzz about Sulphur on Soybeans

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  • Managing Herbicide Resistance on Sandy Soils

    Managing Herbicide Resistance on Sandy Soils

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  • Seed Treatments Help Manage Fusarium Associated Diseases in Soybeans

    Seed Treatments Help Manage Fusarium Associated Diseases in Soybeans

    Last year's DON issues in corn remain top of mind. Syngenta Seedcare™ Technical Lead, explains the three main soybean diseases associated with Fusarium and the role of seed treatments in management.

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  • Managing Weed Shifts: Canada Fleabane and Waterhemp

    Managing Weed Shifts: Canada Fleabane and Waterhemp

    Resistant weeds are tough to tackle for soybean growers. Learn how to control them with scouting regimes, record keeping, multiple modes of action and other best practices.

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  • Seed Treatments Help Make Every Seed Count

    Seed Treatments Help Make Every Seed Count

    We need to manage soybeans with the same expectations as our corn crop. If 20 to 30 percent of soybean seed isn't emerging, it's time to look at environment and management.

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  • Inoculants for Optimal Nodulation

    Inoculants for Optimal Nodulation

    Syngenta agronomist Doug Fotheringham explains the benefits of using inoculants on your soybeans, how to know which type is best for your farm and other tips to get optimal nodulation.

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  • Choosing Genetics is the First Step to High Soybean Yields

    Choosing Genetics is the First Step to High Soybean Yields

    The journey to find the perfect soybean variety could be never-ending – but choosing the best genetics for your field environment is the first step to maximizing yield.

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  • Control the Controllable for Higher Yield

    Control the Controllable for Higher Yield

    When no two seasons are the same, growers know that Mother Nature can throw anythng our way. Make decisions that will protect your soybean crop from early-season threats.

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  • Playing Detective Puts More Bushels in Your Bin

    Playing Detective Puts More Bushels in Your Bin

    Make sure your soybean yield is the best it can be by understanding what kind of disease and pest challenges parts of your field are susceptible to.

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  • Look for In-season Opportunities to Protect and Increase Yield

    Look for In-season Opportunities to Protect and Increase Yield

    Agronomic Service Representative Doug Fotheringham goes through the management opportunities to influence pod fill and yield throughout the season.

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  • Get the Most Out of a Crop Tour

    Get the Most Out of a Crop Tour

    Going on crop tours can be exciting, but they also take you away from your farm. Ensure your next crop tour is a productive use of your time by following these handy tips.

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  • Manage Risk and Increase Yields with Fungicides

    Manage Risk and Increase Yields with Fungicides

    Agronomic Services Manager Eric Richter talks about the four pillars of disease management. Use his tips to manage your risk and increase the yield of your soybeans.

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  • Don’t Let Insects Take a Bite out of Yield

    Don’t Let Insects Take a Bite out of Yield

    Start strong and stay strong. That’s a simple management philosophy we encourage growers to follow as they set their sights on higher soybean yields.

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  • Canopy Index Will Help Maximize Yield

    Canopy Index Will Help Maximize Yield

    As you walk soybean fields this spring and summer pay close attention to canopy management. The two key things to focus on are canopy closure and vegetative growth.

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  • Do Planters or Drills Fit Your Farm Best?

    Do Planters or Drills Fit Your Farm Best?

    What's right for you depends on the length of growing season in your area, the field’s yield potential, and your ability to customize seed population by field.

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  • Managing ‘Beans on Beans’

    Managing ‘Beans on Beans’

    There are reasons why growers want to plant soy in fields where soy was harvested the previous fall. These agronomic tips can help to minimize the negative impacts and optimize yield.

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  • Critical Weed-Free Period in Soybeans

    Critical Weed-Free Period in Soybeans

    As you prepare for the upcoming growing season, make sure you have a solid plan in place to keep your soybeans weed-free until V3 to maximize your soybean yield potential.

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