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EPA summary of 2021 dicamba-related incidents shows little change

Despite control measures the Environmental Protection Agency’ implemented in October 2020, 2021 reports show little change in number, severity or geographic extent of dicamba-related...

Uncertainties linger amid pandemic’s loosening grip

Researchers from the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture outline gains in all major agricultural sectors in this year’s economic report to the governor,...

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‘Dead man’s fingers’

Scientists work to get a handle on taproot decline A monster that lives by eating the dead is hiding underground, and it has developed a taste for soybeans. For the past two years, Arkansas Agricultural Experiment...


Start planning for herbicide shortages

• By Larry Steckel • Retailers and basic suppliers are all concerned about herbicide shortages in 2022. We all can recall similar concerns this past...

Soybeans: planting progress, double crop and late-planting considerations

• By Angela McClure • The June 6 Tennessee crop progress report indicated over seventy percent (72%) of our soybean crop was in the ground,...

Editor’s Note

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Listen to Mom’s wisdom when it comes to rotating soybeans

Growing up, you likely heard at least one of these sayings from the so-called “Mom’s Handbook”: “Everything in moderation,” “Too much of a good thing is never good” and/or “variety is the spice of life.” The...

Industry News

Pioneer advances 37 soybean products for 2022

Pioneer introduced a diverse new class of 87 corn and soybean seed products to the U.S. market for 2022. Of those, 37 are soybeans. These...


University of Arkansas Soybean Economic Notes, Dec. 24, 2021

Bob Stark, agricultural economics professor emeritus with the University of Arkansas’ School of Agriculture and Southeast Research & Extension Center, Monticello, and Jeremy Ross,...

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