• 2020 Ohio No-till Council’s Winter Conference

    The 2020 Ohio No-till Council’s Winter Conference went virtual this year, however the line-up of speakers, along with award and scholarship recipients was just as …

  • December Producer Meetings

    Winter is officially “Meeting Season” for many of Ohio’s top producers.

  • Cover Crops and Soybeans can be a good combination

    As more producers adopt cover crops, researchers continue to look for answers to arising questions.

  • Seedling Diseases, Biology, Management and Education

    Effective control of soybean seed and seedling rots is becoming increasingly important in order to protect the value of seed.

  • Herbicide Programs for non-GMO soybeans

    An updated version of the fact sheet “Herbicide Programs for non-GMO soybeans” is now available.

  • Healthy soils suppress pests

    The best way to reduce disease in crop fields is crop rotation with biological microbial buffering.

  • New H2Ohio Program Offered

    The H2Ohio Water Quality Incentive Program will offer a one-time payment of $2,000 per acre for new Lake Erie CREP wetlands and forested riparian buffers (buffer strip with trees) to help improve water quality in the Lake Erie watershed.

  • The SCN Coalition – Know Your Number Video Series

    The goal is to decrease SCN populations and increase yield potential.

  • Ohio Soybean Production and Research in 2020

    “We are basically trying to find the optimum seed rate based on the planting date time frame.” – Dr. Laura Lindsey, OSU Extension State Soybean and Small Grains Specialist

2020 Ohio No-till Council’s Winter Conference

The 2020 Ohio No-till Council’s Winter Conference went virtual this year, however the line-up of speakers, along with award and scholarship recipients was just as …

December Producer Meetings

Winter is officially “Meeting Season” for many of Ohio’s top producers.

Cover Crops and Soybeans can be a good combination

As more producers adopt cover crops, researchers continue to look for answers to arising questions.

Seedling Diseases, Biology, Management and Education

Effective control of soybean seed and seedling rots is becoming increasingly important in order to protect the value of seed.

Herbicide Programs for non-GMO soybeans

An updated version of the fact sheet “Herbicide Programs for non-GMO soybeans” is now available.

Healthy soils suppress pests

The best way to reduce disease in crop fields is crop rotation with biological microbial buffering.

New H2Ohio Program Offered

The H2Ohio Water Quality Incentive Program will offer a one-time payment of $2,000 per acre for new Lake Erie CREP wetlands and forested riparian buffers (buffer strip with trees) to help improve water quality in the Lake Erie watershed.

Field Leader Soybean Performance Plot Trial Highlights for 2018

The SCN Coalition – Know Your Number Video Series

The goal is to decrease SCN populations and increase yield potential.

Ohio Soybean Production and Research in 2020

“We are basically trying to find the optimum seed rate based on the planting date time frame.” – Dr. Laura Lindsey, OSU Extension State Soybean and Small Grains Specialist

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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