Manage Crop Residue for Strong Soybean Emergence
Crop residue can get in the way of a lot of things including your future soybean yield. That’s because what’s left in the field from a previous crop can significantly impact soybean emergence....
Causes of Harvest Loss
Grower Insights: How Do You Harvest Soybeans?
Evaluating Stand Establishment
Agronomic Service Representative Doug Fotheringham and Agronomic Services Manager Eric Richter share tips and tricks for determining soybean stand counts using the hula hoop and row count methods.
Stand Count Basics
Agronomic Service Representative Doug Fotheringham offers tips and tricks to calculate the number of plants in your soybean stand.
Five steps for a better soybean stand - introduction
Establishing a strong, uniform stand is a critical part of growing a profitable, high-yielding soybean crop. In this video, Agronomic Service Representative Eric Richter breaks down the five steps to
Stand assessment step 1: Sort out your seed populations
Agronomic Service Representative Eric Richter explains how to optimize seed populations by taking a closer look at your productivity zones and soybean genetics.
Stand assessment step 2: Improve your stand count technique
Agronomic Service Representative Eric Richter shows you a quick, easy and accurate way to perform stand counts. To watch the full soybean stand count video, click here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v
Stand assessment step 3: Close the gap
Agronomic Service Representative Eric Richter explains why it's important to close or narrow the gap between what you've planted, and the final stand count.
Stand assessment step 4: Avoiding the "runt syndrome"
Agronomic Service Representative Eric Richter shows why it's important for your soybean seedlings to emerge at the same time.
Stand assessment step 5: Picket fence stands
Agronomic Service Representative Eric Richter explains why achieving uniform "picket fence" stands is important for capturing yield.