Best Bean Practices: Dry Conditions for Weed Control

Drought conditions have continued to spread across South Dakota over the past few weeks. The most recent drought monitor shows that more than 90 percent of state is experiencing abnormally dry conditions and drought. In the Best Bean Practices videos below Paul Johnson, SDSU Extension Weed Science Coordinator, shares more about weed management in dry conditions.

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Understanding the Relationship between Soybean Cyst Nematode and Fusarium on Soybean

By Febina Mathew, Paul Okello, Jonathan Kleinjan, Shannon Osborne, Madhav Nepal, Adam Varenhorst, and Emmanuel Byamukama.

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Scout It Out: Five Tips for Effective Pest Management

Proper crop scouting provides invaluable information farmers can use to make informed decisions to protect yield and quality in their fields. Getting that information requires a plan for how and when to monitor your fields.

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soy100: Growing 100-Bushel Soybeans Event Recap

Last week over 230 producers from across the state attended the soy100: Growing 100-Bushel Soybeans event at SDSU. This free event, brought to you by the South Dakota soybean checkoff, highlighted best management practices, as well as strategies for increasing soybean yields.

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Visionary Farmers Partner with Scientists & Soybean Checkoff

The race for new seed varieties, more effective  crop inputs and cutting-edge equipment drives companies to innovate as farmers strive for higher yields. Farmers themselves play a large role in increasing South Dakota’s productivity by expanding the reach of soybean research.

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New State-of-the-Art Swine Facility Opens at SDSU

The impact of South Dakota State University’s (SDSU) new state-of-the-art Swine Education and Research Facility will likely be felt by more than the state’s pork producers.

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SCN Breakthrough Excites Researchers

More work needed to go from discovery to application

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The Need for Seed

Seed Companies Focus on Technology, Farmer Options

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Managing Soybean Aphids

Photo: John Obermeyer, Purdue Extension entomologist

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