This article discusses key management tips for raising profitable soybean yields in Pennsylvania
Paul D. Esker, Alyssa Collins, Ph.D.
Make choices for a healthy crop next season before putting even one seed in the ground.
John Tooker, Ph.D.
Some are replanting corn and/or soybean following heavy slug damage. Pay attention to genetic, insect-resistant traits and seed-applied treatments because all that is offered is not always necessary.
The two-spotted spider mite is an occasional pest of soybeans in Pennsylvania. Over the past 15 years, outbreaks have been associated with drought conditions.
Peter Kleinman, Ph.D., Douglas Beegle, Ph.D., Jennifer Weld
Gives descriptions of factors and how to determine them in developing a nitrogen-based nutrient management plan that will then be evaluated using the Phosphorus Index provided.
Early planting versus late planting, soybean planting strategy changes later in the growing season.
For palmer amaranth and waterhemp.