Back to Basics for Soybean Planting

Five Planting Tips to Maximize Soybean Yields

By Seth Naeve, University of Minnesota 

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Attend a Soybean Success Seminar This Week

South Dakota Soybean invites farmers to attend one of the regional Soybean Success Seminars this week. These educational seminars will focus on management practices to help farmers increase soybean yields and quality. South Dakota Soybean has analyzed four years of Yield Contest data, and agronomists will present best management practices and trends at the seminars.

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Reflecting on World Food Day

One might wonder what an African businessman from the largest city in Uganda has in common with a soybean farmer from Astoria, a South Dakota community of 139 people. The answer is a St. Louis-based organization linked us in the important job of feeding a growing world.

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See For Yourself: Importance of International Marketing

As a South Dakota soybean farmer, you have the opportunity to see how the South Dakota soybean checkoff contributes to export opportunities. This June, the SD soybean checkoff will host 15 soybean farmers on a See For Yourself mission to the Pacific Northwest, a major export region for soybeans from South Dakota. The mission will give participants the opportunity to see how the checkoff works to increase productivity, profitability and demand.

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Soybean Production in Argentina

We are happy to be back in the U.S., but we couldn’t resist sharing one more post about soybean production in Argentina.

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A Visit to the Largest Soybean Farm in the World

In Brazil we had the amazing experience of visiting the Bom Futuro farm in the Mato Grosso region. The Bom Futuro farm was founded in 1982, and has already grown to be the largest soybean farm in the world, with 555,000 acres of just soybeans! This does not even include what they grow for other crops or their pasture land. They also grow 170,000 acres of cotton and 260,000 acres corn all around Mato Grosso state, considering the first and the second crops.

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