ASA Podcasts

Normalizing Trade with Russia Critical to US Soybean Farmers

Listen to ASA First Vice President Danny Murphy talk about why the U.S. establishing permanent normal trade relations with Russia is critical to U.S. soybean farmers.

Herbicide Best Weed-Resistance Practices

Listen to BASF Herbicide Technical Market Manager Dan Westberg talk about the importance of herbicide best weed-resistance practices.

Getting the Most Out of Every Soybean Acre

Listen to BASF Fungicide Technical Market Manager Nick Fassler provide tips for growers to get the most out of every soybean acre for the upcoming 2012 growing season.

Herbicide Application Best Practices

Listen to BASF Herbicide Technical Market Manager Dan Westberg talk about herbicide application best practices.

2011 Growing Season Recap

Listen to BASF Technical Market Manager Nick Fassler as he recaps the 2011 soybean growing season.

Importance of a Fall Burndown

Listen to BASF Technical Market Manager Dan Westberg talk about the importance of a fall burndown.

Soybean Production and Sustainability

Listen to Virginia Tech professor Brett Tyler talk about the research his team of scientists and collaborators will conduct after being awarded a $9.2 million grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture to improve soybean production and sustainability.

Mutually Beneficial Relationship Between Soybean and Livestock Farmers

Listen to Illinois Soybean Association (ISA) Executive Committee member Doug Winter talk about ISA’s involvement with animal agriculture programs and the mutually beneficial relationship between soybean and livestock producers.

ISA Research on International Marketing, Aquaculture

Listen to Illinois Soybean Association (ISA) Executive Committee member Bill Wykes talk about ISA’s continuing research on international marketing and aquaculture.

ISA’s Efforts to Increase Soybean Yields

Listen to Illinois Soybean Association (ISA) Vice Chairman Matt Hughes talk about ISA’s efforts to increase yields through the Varietal Information Program for Soybeans.