Bryce Rampton, Soybean Product Development Agronomist for Western Canada, explains how to measure and calculate harvest losses in your soybean crops. To learn more, contact our Customer Interaction Centre at 1-87-SYNGENTA (1-877-964-3682) or follow us on Twitter @SyngentaCanada
Catching a Silent Yield Robber
Greg Tylka, Professor and Nematologist from Iowa State University, shares SCN resistance management strateg...
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Catching a Silent Yield Robber
Greg Tylka, Professor and Nematologist from Iowa State University, shares SCN resistance management strategies. Rotation of resistant varieties, non-host crops and seed treatments all play a role.
Higher Pods Make More Yield and Better Harvests
Product Development Agronomist Bryce Rampton explains why achieving higher soybean pods protect your yield. Learn how the seeding environment, warming trends and planting depth affect pod height.
Manage Crop Residue for Strong Soybean Emergence
Crop residue can impact future soybean yield, impacting both germination and emergence. While there is no "one-size-fits-all" approach, there are 3 things to keep in mind.
Causes of Harvest Loss
Agronomist Bryce Rampton suggests we think about harvest even at planting. By getting out to harvest in a timely fashion and assessing overall loss, you can boost yields.
Grower Insights: How Do You Harvest Soybeans?
In part 4 of our 7-part Grower Insights series, we interview Saskatchewan grower, Rod Edgar, about his techniques for harvesting 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
Watch as Agronomic Service Representative Doug Fotheringham explains stand count basics for soybeans.
Introduction: Five Steps for a Better Soybean Stand
In this 5-part series, Syngenta Agronomic Service Representative Eric Richter breaks down the five steps to a better soybean stand, starting with this introduction.
Stand Assessment Step 1: Sort Out Your Seed Populations
In part 1 of this 5-part series, 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
In part 2 of this 5-part series, Agronomic Service Representative Eric Richter explains how to improve your soybean count stands with a quick, easy, and accurate method.
Stand Assessment Step 3: Close the Gap
In part 3 of this 5-part series, 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"
In part 4 of this 5-part series, Agronomic Service Representative Eric Richter shows why it’s crucial for your soybean seedlings to emerge at the same time.
Stand Assessment Step 5: Picket Fence Stands