MSPB strives to invest in timely soybean research and outreach projects to improve the productivity, profitability and sustainability of your operation and all soybean operations across the state. In this report, you will read about a number of research highlights and learn how you can find out even more about MSPB and the results of the short- and long-term research supported with soy checkoff funding.
MSPB sees opportunities to drive efficiency and a greater return on checkoff investments through collaborative and coordinated university, agency and company partnerships. By using soy checkoff money, MSPB is able to invest in ongoing soybean production research programs, sustainable irrigation practices and the adoption of best management practices (BMPs) to mitigate disease, insects and other yield- and profit-robbing pests.
Your state soy checkoff volunteer farmer-leaders continuously invest your dollars in research projects that can lead to better quantity and quality of your soybean crop. The 2015 Annual Report details the result of these investments.