The Mississippi Soybean Promotion Board aims to help farmers identify and control damaging diseases before it’s too late.
It starts by determining when insects reach the economic threshold level. This is the point at which damaging insects must be treated before your operation starts to lose money.
Under its Sustainable Irrigation Project (SIP), MSBP provides practices and tools to reduce the amount of irrigation water applieed to the states crops.
Learn everything you need to know about local herbicide-resistant weeds and how to fight them from MSPB and the Take Action initiative.
A summary of major points to consider when storing soybeans following harvest is presented.
A presentation by Dr. Travis Legleiter of the Univ. of Kentucky provides insight into the factors that cause physical drift of applied herbicide solutions, and steps that can be taken by producers to mitigate this drift.
Results from a USDA-ERS survey presented in "Tillage Intensity and Conservation Cropping in the United States--EIB 197)" are summarized for soybeans.