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Pennsylvania average soybean yields are close to crossing 50 bushels for the first time this year. Zach Larson photo.
Harvest Progress and Crop Conditions Coming into Focus - News News
While corn harvest is on track, statewide, soybeans have been slow to come off. Corn and soybean yields are meeting expectation despite challenging conditions this fall. More
Soybean field (D. Lingenfelter, Penn State Extension)
Xtend Soybean: Dicamba Products Re-registered - News News
Dicamba products granted registration extension for use on Xtend soybean. Read below of additional details. More
Upcoming Event: Soybean Production Workshops
Upcoming Event: Soybean Production Workshops - News News
These day-long workshops teach soybean producers new integrated pest and cultural management practices covering the entire growing season, from planting to harvest. More
Image Credit: Alyssa Collins
Managing the Damage: Understanding Soybean Harvest Quality - News News
As the harvest begins, you may be surprised by the amount of discolored and moldy beans you see. Find out why, and what you can do about it. More
Organic bins and processing facility at Boyd Station. (Image Credit: Mary Barbercheck).
Boyd Station Serves Growing Market for Processed Organic Soybeans - News News
This Danville-area facility produces a variety of organic soybean products and offers incentives for farmers to transition to organic production. More
Brown marmorated stink bugs on soybeans in Clinton County. Most soybean fields in Pennsylvania are in growth stage R6 or later and so are past the point when insects, like stink bugs, or diseases will reduce yield. Image Credit: Greg Roth
Soybean Sentinel Plot Program September 11, 2018 - News News
With soybean maturity approaching in most fields, insects and diseases are becoming less relevant, but most pest populations remain low. More
Symptoms of white mold as seen in 2018 in a field in Centre County. Image credit: P. Esker
Scouting for White Mold in Soybean - News News
White mold has been found in several soybean production fields in central and northern Pennsylvania. How can we assess the potential impact? More
Visiting a field in Somerset County are (left to right) Brian Ishman, Local Seed Company; Ed Kreider, GROWMARK FS; and Albert McIntier, Bedford Farm Bureau Co-op. Image Credit: Zach Larson
Pennsylvania Crop Tour Assesses 2018 Growing Conditions - News News
Good, but not record-breaking yields may be expected for many farms across the state. More
Mature soybean field in Centre County. Image Credit: Adriana Murillo-Williams
Soybean Sentinel Plot Report for September 4, 2018 - News News
With soybean maturity approaching in most fields, insects and diseases are becoming less relevant, but most pest populations remain low. More
Japanese beetle in soybeans. Image Credit: Anna Busch
Soybean Board Sentinel Plot Program Report for July 11, 2018 - News News
Our soybean sentinel plots continue to have minor insect and disease populations, but walk your own fields to see what is active at your place. More
Penn State Extension organized a recent trip for Pennsylvania soybean growers and industry to study state-of-the-art crop management in Brazil. One of the field visits took place at K2 Agro in Ponta Grossa. Photo by James Valent
Penn State Extension Provides Clients with 'Study-abroad' Opportunities - News News
Penn State Extension educators are looking beyond borders when it comes to outreach by offering Pennsylvania growers and industry personnel a firsthand look at agriculture in other countries. More
A field with and without a soybean burndown herbicide program. Photo: Dwight Lingenfelter, Penn State Weed Science
Dicamba Products and Xtend Soybeans - News News
Not all dicamba-containing products are RUPs and not all can be applied in a burndown application prior to planting Xtend soybeans. More
Figure 1. Sudden Dealth Syndrome of Soybean
Fields with Patches that Looked “Burned”: Sudden Death Syndrome of Soybean - News News
Sudden death syndrome is a fungal disease caused by Fusarium virguliforme, and can easily be mistaken for several different soybean diseases if care is not taken to identify the different symptoms. More
Estimating Soybean Yield Estimating Soybean Yield - News

Estimating Soybean Yield

08/30/2017

Spending the time to count soybean pods can help to set end of season yield expectations and avoid surprises on the combine’s yield monitor or at drop-off. More
Figure 1. White mold in soybean. Photo credit: Paul Esker
What to Do if I Have White Mold in Soybean? - News News
White Mold like many soybean diseases is favored by wet weather and excess soil moisture. More
Burcucumber (Sicyos angulatus)
Managing Burcucumber and Late Season Weeds in Corn and Soybeans - News News
As we move into corn silage harvest season, and with full season soybeans soon dropping their leaves, producers may notice some problem weed situations. More
Kudzu Bug Photo Credit: Jeremy Greene, Clemson University
Kudzu Bug: Still Approaching? - News News

Kudzu Bug: Still Approaching?

08/09/2017

In 2013, an exotic soybean pest, the kudzu bug, was approaching PA. Recently, kudzu bug adults & egg masses were found on soybeans in Beltsville, MD. More
Palmer amaranth infestation in soybeans Photo credit: Bill Curran
Invasive Pigweeds Rising Above Soybean Canopies - News News
Now is the time to scout for Palmer amaranth and waterhemp and remove or destroy it to prevent seed production and spread. More
Soybean Sentinel Plot Program August 8, 2017 Soybean Sentinel Plot Program August 8, 2017 - News
Reports this week from across the state indicate low pest populations in the soybean fields we are scouting. More
Soybean Sentinel Plot Program August 1, 2017
Soybean Sentinel Plot Program August 1, 2017 - News News
Reports continue to indicate very mild insect pressure and little disease as soybeans across the state continue to bloom and are starting to form pods. More
Soybean Sentinel Plot Program July 18, 2017
Soybean Sentinel Plot Program July 18, 2017 - News News
Reports indicate low pest populations in the soybean fields around the state. For most issues, there is little economic return in applying insecticides. More
Grey leaf spot in lower corn canopy
Let's Talk Diseases in Corn and Beans - News News
When crop canopies close and humidity levels rise, you can bet the fungi that cause diseases are getting happy. Scout to make good fungicide decisions for your fields. More
Corn and Soybeans Turn the Corner
Corn and Soybeans Turn the Corner - News News
Corn and soybeans have survived a rough spring with weather and pest concerns, but weather and yield prospects have been improving during the last two weeks. More
Soybean Sentinel Plot Program - July 12, 2017
Soybean Sentinel Plot Program - July 12, 2017 - News News
Most soybean fields appear to be growing well and are starting to experience some minor defoliation. More
A crowd gathers at a farm in Clinton County to discuss opportunities for managing soil health and planting green.
Planting Green and Soil Health the Focus of June Field Day - News News
Planting green is a practice where cover crop termination is delayed until cash crop planting in order to extend soil health benefits longer into the season. More
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