Tag: agriculture

Arkansas Soybean Update

This year’s favorable weather conditions allowed many Arkansas soybean growers to get in the field and plant early. The warm spring and summer has allowed some growers to prepare for an early harvest, one to three weeks ahead of schedule. Growers that are able to harvest early should see better prices at the terminals. According […]

Testing Soybean Seed Quality with a Clorox Soak

(Music) My name is Larry Wagner. I’m an Agronomy Crops Field Specialist with South Dakota State University Extension. I work from the Extension Regional Center in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. In today’s session I’m going to demonstrate the procedures of a soybean seed quality test. This is called the Clorox soak test. This is not […]

Late Planted Soybeans Practices

(Music) What we have out here today that we’re going to talk about is looking at the effects of row spacing and seeding rate in soybean production here in South Dakota. Specifically stuff that’s planted probably in early June for the most part, so a little bit late planted soybean practices and so the study […]

Finding the Maximum Yield of Soybeans

I’m Ryan Van Roekel, Ph.D Candidate, at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville. I’m studying under Dr. Larry Purcell on the maximum yield of soybeans. We’re out here today in England at one of our strip trials where we’re trying to take some of our maximum yield practices and apply them to the field rand […]

🔴 How Climate Change Affects Corn & Soybean Prices (w/ Shawn Hackett)

JAKE MERL: Welcome to Trade Ideas. I’m Jake Merl, sitting down with Shawn Hackett, President of Hackett Financial Advisors. Shawn, great to have you back on the show. SHAWN HACKETT: It’s always good to be here. JAKE MERL: Let’s get right into it. What are we talking about today? SHAWN HACKETT: We’re talking about a […]

Soybean Irrigation

The question was, “How far do we carry irrigated soybeans?” In the past, you know, we’ve always said, you know, if your beans are touching in the pods, you know that’s when we want to terminate irrigation. But before Phil Tacker left, him and Dr. Francis, down in, at Monticello, actually did some termination study […]

Liberty Link Ignite Soybeans

Liberty Link soybeans are a new technology that are available from Bayer Crop Science Company. The thing that make Liberty Link soybeans unique is that they were specifically engineered to tolerate the herbicide Ignite. Ignite is a non-residual broad spectrum herbicide that controls a wide range of weeds commonly found in soybeans. One of the […]

Selling Soybeans | Grain Bin Cleaning

okay good enough last thing we use this for with soybeans hey everybody it’s Ryan welcome back to how farms work today we are going to be loading up big red and sending down at least one load of soybeans of my soybeans to Dubuque so gamble on us taking soybeans the river has opened […]

Market Plus: Jeff French

Delaney Howell: This is the Friday, December 20th, 2019 version of the Market Plus segment. Joining us once again is Jeff French. Jeff, welcome back to the table. Jeff French: Thanks for having me. Delaney Howell: Jeff. We’ve got, like I said earlier, we’ve got Christmas next week, we’ve got a lightened holiday trading session. […]

Soybean Variety Selection for SCN Management

(Music) So where are we at, obviously, we have a location here that we do soybean a variety testing on in Brookings up at the South Shore Northeast Research Station. With a cooperator long-term cooperator by Aberdeen, a long-term cooperator by Bancroft, a cooperator again down by Geddes, and we have a new location this […]