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2015 Southern Soybean Varieties

This Soybean Variety Guide offers a partial listing of soybean varieties suited for the Southern growing region. For more variety offerings, contact your local seed representative. Useful Links AgVenture Midsouth …

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Industry News

Ag Policy Update: FAPRI’s October Price Projections The following is an excerpt from the Ag Policy Update by Dr. Kurt Guidry, LSU AgCenter agricultural economist: The Food and Agricultural Policy …

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Service Propane Equipment

Maintain propane-powered equipment such as irrigation engines, generators, pickup trucks and forklifts to ensure best performance. As farmers gear up for planting season, now is the best time to ready …

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Plant-Parasitic Nematodes

Rotating crops and planting resistant varieties are two options that may help farmers manage nematodes found in Southern soybeans. By Charles Overstreet Nematologist LSU AgCenter Like most of the crops …

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Farm by Farm, Field by Field

Consulting group brings its ‘A’ game to soybeans, corn, peanuts, grain sorghum, wheat, rice and cotton to help Mid-South growers increase profitability. By Carroll Smith Editor In 2008, a consulting …

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Controlling Nutsedge

Scientists and farmers have described yellow nutsedge as a ‘super weed’ that is naturally resistant to most herbicides labeled for soybeans and rice. Today, STS soybeans and Permit Plus offer …

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Watch For Strong Pricing Opportunities

This month, Dr. Kurt Guidry, LSU AgCenter Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness, shares his thoughts about the soybean market. Following are Guidry’s comments from the “Market Situation and Update” April 1 …

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Industry News

Two MOAs In New Herbicide Cheminova, Inc. has announced the launch of Statement herbicide, a new choice for growers looking for control of glyphosate- and ALS-resistant weeds in both soybeans …

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Switching To Propane

What are the benefits of using propane-fueled irrigation engines over other engine types? By Amanda Huber Editor, The Peanut Grower When drying soybeans and corn, propane fuel is a popular, …

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