Soybean

Adjusting the combine feeder house chain with green soybeans can help optimize harvest.

Equipment Adjustments for Harvesting Soybeans at 13%-15% Moisture September 15, 2017

When harvesting higher moisture soybeans, adjustments to your combine and your practices can help minimize challenges in the field, making it easier to achieve a recommended average soil moisture level of 13%.

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Soybean field
Average soybean yield in the north central region from 2010-2014 was 43 bushels per acre, yet some producers reached soybean yields over 80 bushels per acre. Nebraska researchers relied on producer data to identify causes of that yield gap.

Why Are Yields From Some Soybean Fields Much Higher Than Others? August 31, 2017

Researchers at the University of Nebraska worked with growers to identify causes of yield gaps in soybean production systems in the north central US.

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White mold in soybean

White Mold More Common This Year in Soybean August 24, 2017

The increased levels of white mold that growers are finding in soybean this year are likely due to cool wet conditions at bloom, when the initial infection actually occurred.

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Sudden deaht syndrome in soybean
Sudden death syndrome in soybean

Sudden Death Syndrome Starting to Show up in Soybeans August 16, 2017

Sudden death syndrome often appears in small patches of a field and can be confused with injury from brown stem rot. This story and two field videos examine SDS symptoms and how to differentiate it from other diseases. Once confirmed in a field, management begins with seed selection for the next crop.

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soybean stem canker

Soybean Stem Canker Uncommon, but Found in Southeast Nebraska August 10, 2017

Nebraska Extension Plant Pathologist Loren Giesler shares a short field video on identifying soybean stem canker.

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Soybean field with areas of extended growth due to street lights

Q&A - Will the eclipse affect soybean growth? August 9, 2017

This Q&A takes a look at whether light-sensitive soybean growth may be affected by the Aug. 21 eclipse.

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Painted lady butterfly by Jim Kalisch

Large Populations of Painted Lady Butterflies August 8, 2017

Reports of painted lady butterflys have been numerous in rural areas, including in soybeans, causing growers to ask if there's likely to be an increase in their soybean leaf-eating caterpillars. Entomologists discuss this question and the insect's life cycle, and offer a "how-to" on estimating leaf defoliation.

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