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Pa. Soybean Farmers Support Checkoff-Funded Research Projects
HARRISBURG, Pa. (March 22, 2020) – Research projects designed to provide reliable crop production data to soybean growers and to support Pennsylvania’s animal agriculture industry have been awarded checkoff grants totaling more than $500,000 by the Pennsylvania Soybean Board. The all-farmer b...
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Pa. Soybean Board Seeks Soybean Farmers Interested in Serving on Board of Directors
HARRISBURG, PA (March 10, 2020) -- The Pennsylvania Soybean Board is currently accepting nominations of individuals within the Commonwealth who would be willing to serve on the Board of Directors of t...
Pennsylvania Soybean Board Accepting Research and Sponsorship Proposals Deadline for submission is January 29, 2020
HARRISBURG, PA (November 13, 2019) — The Pennsylvania Soybean Board is currently accepting grant applications for projects designed to improve the efficiency, profitability and sustainability of Pen...
Soybean Production Workshops Scheduled for December
HARRISBURG, PA (October 28, 2019) --The Penn State Extension Crop Management Team has scheduled four Soybean Production Workshops in December. These day-long workshops teach soybean producers new inte...
PSB Spring 2020 Newsletter
The soy checkoff ’s mission is to maximize profit opportunities for soybean farmers. That starts in the field with checkoff-funded research. The Spring 2020 PSB newsletter highlights in-field research results. Click here for PSB SPRING 2020 Newsletter .
PSB Fall 2019 Newsletter
Articles in the Fall 2019 PSB Newsletter include: Strategic plan to mitigate export losses to China, Tech Toolshed helps making decisions, Weed Management and more!
PSB Fall 2018 Newsletter
Articles in the Fall 2018 PSB Newsletter include: white mold considerations and free monitoring app; double-crop soybean research aims to increase yields; building demand for US soybeans and more!
PSB Spring 2018 Newsletter
Articles in the Spring 2018 PSB newsletter include Pa. soybean growers and agronomists join Penn State educators in a fact-finding trip to Brazil to investigate crop management practices. A prof...