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Crop Management Report

Drone crop scouting can be beneficial to farmers

        SEVERNA PARK, Md. — If advancements continue at their present pace, drone technology is expected to have a significant impact on Delmarva crop farming over the next several years. The Maryland Soybean Board has sponsored investigation into this new...

Broad study helps define optimal soybean seeding rates

        MADISON, Wis. — To some, farming might seem simple: plant seeds, help them grow, then sell the product. But the reality is much different. Farming requires many complex decisions throughout the year.One such decision is seeding rate – the number of...

Discovered gene essential for making ears of corn

        COLUMBIA, Mo. — A team of scientists led by University of Missouri maize geneticist Paula McSteen has identified a gene essential for forming the ears in corn.The new research, which appears in the journal Molecular Plant, extends the growing biological...

On-farm network takes soybean research into fields

        HARRISBURG, Pa. — As soybean producers throughout Pennsylvania begin planting their 2019 crop, a group of growers are also participating in research projects through the On-Farm Network.The On-Farm Network takes soybean research studies out of the lab and...

Soybean research network in ninth year

        HARRISBURG, Pa. — As soybean producers plant their 2018 crop, a group of growers are also participating in research projects through the On-Farm Network. The On-Farm Network takes soybean research studies out of the lab and small test plots...

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