Soybean pod.

Recommendations for Double Cropping Soybeans

This year has been uniquely challenging, but in more typical seasons when planting is timely and the conditions are right, double cropping can be a …

Three Ways Research Helps Farmers Manage Diseases

Each growing season has its challenges, and this one is no different. Ohio farmers who planted crops late need to focus on making those yields …

Lake Erie shoreline in Ohio.

Ohio Farmers Work to Conserve Ohio’s Water Quality

Farmers in northwest Ohio are continuing to find innovative ways to protect the water quality of Lake Erie and improve the lives of the communities …

Ohio Field Leader Soybean Pollinators

Ohio Soybean Fields Are Home to a Surprisingly High Number of Bees

Soybean fields, with their large expanses of uniform green plants, seem an unlikely habitat for bees and other pollinator insects. The tiny white or purple …

Farm Nutrient Management Data Ohio Soybean Checkoff Research

Sign Up For Western Lake Erie Basin Nutrient Management Assistance Programs

The Ohio Department of Agriculture (ODA) announced a second sign-up period for programs in the Western Lake Erie Basin funded by the passage of Ohio …

Field Leader Offers Tips for Managing Tough Ohio Pests Including Mexican Bean Beetles

Managing Insecticide Resistance and Scouting Insights for Tough Ohio Pests

Insecticide resistance in soybeans is a growing problem in the Midwest. In South Dakota, North Dakota, Iowa and Minnesota, research sponsored by state checkoffs and …

Palmer Amaranth is an invasive pigweed. Get tips for controlling it from Ohio Field Leader.

Tips for Managing Pigweed

Waterhemp and Palmer amaranth are both members of the pigweed family that significantly threaten crop yields and farm incomes across the U.S. Weed scientists with …

New Findings From Dicamba Research

The University of Missouri has released five key learnings from dicamba research they’ve conducted over the past several years to inform growers using the Xtend …

Field Leader Soil Health System for Farmers

How a New Soil Health Quality System Will Benefit Ohio Farmers

What if farmers could conduct a simple, low-cost test to find out how healthy their soil is and then market their crops with a soil …

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