Archive for 2014

U.S. Soybean Farmers on Reliable Transportation

This ASA educational podcast is brought to you by the Soy Checkoff. U.S. soybean farmers depend on reliable transportation to move their soybeans from the field to customers, but aging roads, rails and barges face delays, shutdowns and over capacity issues. Listen now to hear about the current state of the U.S. transportation system.

Monsanto’s Roger Olson Discusses Breeding, Seed Quality

For the past few weeks, experts from the team at Asgrow shared new tips and tools in the Asgrow pipeline designed to help farmers tackle the various challenges they face. This week, Roger Olson, Monsanto technology development representative, discusses breeding and ensuring farmers are planting the highest quality seeds in their fields.

University of Missouri’s Dr. Kevin Bradley Talks Weed Management

For the next four weeks, experts from the team at Asgrow will share new tips and tools in the Asgrow pipeline designed to help farmers tackle the various challenges they face. This week, Dr. Kevin Bradley, of the University of Missouri, joins us to talk about protecting your soybean yields with proper management practices.

Monsanto’s Sarah Vacek Discusses RR2 Tech

For the next four weeks, experts from the team at Asgrow will share new tips and tools in the Asgrow pipeline designed to help farmers tackle the various challenges they face. This week, Asgrow’s Sarah Vacek discusses Asgrow’s Vistive Gold soybeans, their performance and potential to grow profitability in farmers’ fields.

Tips and Tools from Asgrow, Now Available at SoyGrowers.com

For the next few weeks, experts from the team at Asgrow will share new tips and tools in the Asgrow pipeline designed to help farmers tackle the various challenges they face. This week, Asgrow’s Mark Kidnie discusses the innovative technology currently available and coming on the horizon from the Asgrow brand.

Know Your Weeds: Long-Term Control, Solutions for Farmers

As part of USB’s Take Action program to combat weed resistance, Virginia Tech Extension agronomist David Holshouser explains that effective weed management starts with knowing your weeds–not only being able to identify them, but understand their biology.