• Soybean Research and Information Network

    “The idea is that it will be a site that researchers can log into and view white papers from previous research to gain useful information to benefit their current and potentially new research efforts.” – David Clark, Ohio Soybean Council

  • Life in a time of glyphosate scarcity

    Herbicide options for burndown of existing weeds prior to emergence of no-till wheat include glyphosate, Gramoxone, Sharpen, and dicamba. 

  • Soybean Cyst Nematodes

    “Soybean Cyst Nematode (SCN) is the most important nematode in soybeans because it causes the most damage. It is the number one yield robbing soybean pathogen in North America.” – Dr. Marisol Quintanilla, Michigan State University Extension Nematologist.

  • Farm Science Review Opportunities

    Farm Science Review will be held September 21st – 23rd with lots of excitement in store for farmers young and old.

  • All things working together.

    We worked with farmers to implement practices and design a plan to reduce nutrient load in local streams.

  • Improving Photosynthetic Potential

    Photosynthesis does not occur at a constant rate, it varies each second, depending on light, carbon dioxide (CO2), water availability, temperature, leaf chlorophyll content, microbial impact on plant nutrient availability, and genetics.

  • Fall SCN Sampling

    Soybean Cyst Nematode is the number one contributor to yield loss in soybean crops nationwide, causing an estimated $1.2 billion dollars in damage annually.

  • Soybean Pests

    Improving soil health helps reduce or prevent many soil pests and diseases.  

  • Using Electricity to Assess Soil Health

    A group of Washington State University researchers are using small electrical currents to assess soil microbes and soil health impacts.

Soybean Research and Information Network

“The idea is that it will be a site that researchers can log into and view white papers from previous research to gain useful information to benefit their current and potentially new research efforts.” – David Clark, Ohio Soybean Council

Field Leader Explores Ag Equipment Innovations RoGator C Series Sprayer

Life in a time of glyphosate scarcity

Herbicide options for burndown of existing weeds prior to emergence of no-till wheat include glyphosate, Gramoxone, Sharpen, and dicamba. 

Soybean Cyst Nematodes

“Soybean Cyst Nematode (SCN) is the most important nematode in soybeans because it causes the most damage. It is the number one yield robbing soybean pathogen in North America.” – Dr. Marisol Quintanilla, Michigan State University Extension Nematologist.

Farm Science Review Opportunities

Farm Science Review will be held September 21st – 23rd with lots of excitement in store for farmers young and old.

All things working together.

We worked with farmers to implement practices and design a plan to reduce nutrient load in local streams.

Field Leader Soybeans

Improving Photosynthetic Potential

Photosynthesis does not occur at a constant rate, it varies each second, depending on light, carbon dioxide (CO2), water availability, temperature, leaf chlorophyll content, microbial impact on plant nutrient availability, and genetics.

Soybean Cyst Nematode Coalition Ohio Soybean Checkoff Research

Fall SCN Sampling

Soybean Cyst Nematode is the number one contributor to yield loss in soybean crops nationwide, causing an estimated $1.2 billion dollars in damage annually.

Soybean Pests

Improving soil health helps reduce or prevent many soil pests and diseases.  

Using Electricity to Assess Soil Health

A group of Washington State University researchers are using small electrical currents to assess soil microbes and soil health impacts.

YOUR CHECKOFF HELPS KEEP YOU AT THE CUTTING EDGE

As farming continues to change, it’s more important than ever for growers to stay on top of the latest agronomic research, technology trends and water quality best practices. That’s why the Ohio Soybean Council developed Field Leader, an online resource to give you access to the latest soybean checkoff research and water quality information to enhance your operation.

 

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