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Pennsylvania Soybean Board Accepting Research and Sponsorship Proposals Deadline for submission is January 19, 2021
HARRISBURG, Pa. (November 16, 2020) - The Pennsylvania Soybean Board is currently accepting grant applications for projects designed to improve the efficiency, profitability and sustainability of Pennsylvania soybean producers. The deadline for applications is noon on January 19, 2021. The Pennsy...
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Deadline Approaching for PA Soybean Yield Contest
Harvest report forms due by November 15 HARRISBURG, Pa. (October 19, 2020) - As the soybean harvest in Pennsylvania is in full swing, growers who have registered to enter the 2020 PA Soybe...
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 awarde...
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...
PSB Fall 2020 Newsletter
The Pa. Soybean Board invests checkoff funds in research with the aim of increasing profitability for soybean growers. The Fall newsletter covers the latest PSB research projects on white mold management, deep ripping in long-term no-till fields, and slug monitoring. Click here for the 2020 Fal...
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 resear...
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!