Tag: soybeans

From the Farm: Looking Ahead to Soybean Yields in 2019

((AARON))SOYBEAN PRICES FOR THE 2019 CROP ARE FORECAST TO BE BELOW BREAK-EVEN LEVELS FOR MANY FARMS. ((CHRISTIE)) AND THE ONLY WAY TO ACHIEVE PROFITABILITY IS TO INCREASE YIELD AND OVERALL PRODUCTION. WCIA 3’S AG REPORTER STU ELLIS

Asgrow® Roundup Ready 2 Xtend® Soybeans

Asgrow® products have always been successful for me. I can trust them. Last year was a record yield for us. The Asgrow® Roundup Ready 2 Xtend® soybeans have been a success on my farm this year, definitely. I’ve had neighbors that have asked me about if I planted all Xtend® beans or not and I […]

Soybean Breeding Program in Arkansas (Part 3)

Here we have Dr. Chen walking with Dr. [Chengjun] Wu and Dr. [Gaogao] Yu. They’re making selections on a progeny row. Dr. Chen mentioned that there [were] 12- thousand progeny rows, so he’s only making selections on what he wants to keep for the next year. For example, today and tomorrow they are going to […]

Severe Soybean White Mold – Heads Up Seed Treatment Trial

Hello, it’s September 15th and we are in Perham, Minnesota. This is a field of soybeans provided by Dynamic Cropping Systems – Jerry Morberg. As you can see where in a severe white mold situation. This seed was treated with just inoculant and Heads Up® on this side of the field (viewer right). Where as […]

Soybean farmers struggling

25 PERCENT TARIFF — AMID AN ONGOING TRADE WAR.THE LOST MARKET — IS LEADING TO — A BACKLOG OF — THE CROP — AT STORAGE ELEVATORS — ALONG THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER.THERE’S A FEDERAL SUBSIDY PROGRAM — BUT IT’S BASED — ON RECEIPTS — FROM STORAGE FACILITIES.AND FULL ELEVATORS — MEAN NO RECEIPTS — AND NO […]

Use of Soybean Products in Diets for Swine

Good afternoon. I’m Hans H. Stein, and I’m a professor at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. And I would like to talk to you today about how to use soybean products in diets fed to swine. First of all, let’s look at the composition of soybeans and soybean meal. If you look at soybeans […]

Soybean Crossing

Soybean Crossing Presented by the University of Missouri College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources. Andrew Scaboo: Today, we’re here on the Bay Farm Research Facility, and we are in the crossing block of the northern soybean breeding program. We generally attempt crossing different varieties of soybeans to develop a new and better variety of […]

催芽黃豆 | How to Sprout Soybeans | How-To

Germinated Soybeans 2.5 plastic rice cups of soybeans Rinse and drain the beans several times under running water, until bubbles decreased. Cover the beans with 5 rice cups of water. Soak the beans for 6-8 hours. Change water once. Prepare a large bowl with a strainer. Place the soaked soybeans in the strainer and cover […]

Ag Minute #976 Soybean Shatter Loss (Air Date 11-3-19)

Why do all the soybean fields disappear so quickly at harvest? Hi, I’m Darren Hefty with today’s AG Minute. Farmers try to get harvest done as quickly as possible for a number of reasons. With soybean harvest, one of the big reasons is fear of loss. Snow fall can make corn harvest tougher, but the […]

Heat Stress in Soybeans

Typically, soybeans like it around eighty six degrees, that’s their optimum temperature for growth and development and we’ve been well above that for the last, at least ten days. And it looks like for the next several days we’re gonna be above that. Anytime soybeans get any kind of stress they kind of, start shedding […]