• Maximizing Crop Yield at Planting

    Practices that promote good soil health generally make nutrients plant available.

  • Avoid Spreading SCN

    “Anything that spreads soil spreads nematodes.” – Greg Tylka, Iowa State University Nematologist.

  • Controlling Corn and Soybean Pests

    “The most common Ohio pests in corn and soybeans fields with cover crops are wireworm, seed corn maggot, black cutworm, true armyworm, slugs, and grubs.” – James Hoorman, Hoorman Soil Health Services

  • GMO versus Non-GMO Crops

    Ohio is one of the leading states planting Non-GMO crops. 

  • New Fact Sheet on Nutrient Removal for Field Crops in Ohio

    A FactSheet was created to offer assistance for agronomic crops beyond corn, soybean, wheat and alfalfa, titled “Nutrient Removal for Field Crops in Ohio”.

  • Is there a fit for in-season Liquid Manure Application for Soybeans?

    By Dusty Sonnenberg, CCA, Ohio Field Leader: a project of the Ohio Soybean Council and soybean checkoff. The use of livestock manure as a source …

  • Beginning the Journey – 30 years of the Ohio Soybean Check-off

    “It is critical that the organization is engaged and steps forward to develop an agenda to move things forward. People will make decision for you if you are not there.” – Keith Stimpert, former Executive Director of the Ohio Soybean Council

  • Starting Right to Finish Well

    Can starter fertilizer be beneficial to soybeans. The answer is it depends.

  • Weather Issues and Spring Planting

    Early maturing corn and soybeans planted early often take advantage of reduced moisture stress at pollination.

Maximizing Crop Yield at Planting

Practices that promote good soil health generally make nutrients plant available.

Avoid Spreading SCN

“Anything that spreads soil spreads nematodes.” – Greg Tylka, Iowa State University Nematologist.

Controlling Corn and Soybean Pests

“The most common Ohio pests in corn and soybeans fields with cover crops are wireworm, seed corn maggot, black cutworm, true armyworm, slugs, and grubs.” – James Hoorman, Hoorman Soil Health Services

Ohio Field Leader Tips for Soybean Marketing

GMO versus Non-GMO Crops

Ohio is one of the leading states planting Non-GMO crops. 

New Fact Sheet on Nutrient Removal for Field Crops in Ohio

A FactSheet was created to offer assistance for agronomic crops beyond corn, soybean, wheat and alfalfa, titled “Nutrient Removal for Field Crops in Ohio”.

Is there a fit for in-season Liquid Manure Application for Soybeans?

By Dusty Sonnenberg, CCA, Ohio Field Leader: a project of the Ohio Soybean Council and soybean checkoff. The use of livestock manure as a source …

Beginning the Journey – 30 years of the Ohio Soybean Check-off

“It is critical that the organization is engaged and steps forward to develop an agenda to move things forward. People will make decision for you if you are not there.” – Keith Stimpert, former Executive Director of the Ohio Soybean Council

Starting Right to Finish Well

Can starter fertilizer be beneficial to soybeans. The answer is it depends.

Weather Issues and Spring Planting

Early maturing corn and soybeans planted early often take advantage of reduced moisture stress at pollination.

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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