PSB Spring 2015 Newsletter
Spring 2015 newsletter features articles on white mold, Take Action on Weeds, results of the 2014 PA Soybean Yield Contest and more.
PSB Fall 2014 Newsletter
Soybean acres continue to grow in the Keystone State and that means more acres of soybeans are being planted into virgin soils where there has been no recent history of soybeans. Sometimes achieving good nodulation is tricky, even for experienced growers. This appeared to be true again in 2014.
PSB Spring 2014 Newsletter
Palmer Amaranth has been identified as a new threat to Pa. agriculture. Learn about management tactics in the Spring 2014 issue of the PSB Connections Newsletter. New rules for the Pa. Soybean Yield Contest means more winners! The state has been divided into five regions, and in addition t...
PSB Newsletter — Fall 2013
Learn about a simplified approach to estimating soybean yields in the PSB Newsletter- Fall 2013. Estimating Soybean Yields: A Simplified Approach: “Pod number, seeds per pod, and seed size are the driving forces of soybean yield,” says Dr. Shaun Casteel, a Purdue University soybean specialist ...
PSB Newsletter – Spring/Summer 2013
Every year, soybean growers face two formidable foes in their fields: insect pests and disease. To give growers an edge on dealing with these potentially yield-robbing problems, the Pennsylvania Soybean Board, in collaboration with Penn State Extension, will again undertake a sentinel plot project t...