What We Do

We address today's agronomic challenges of soybean and small grain through various extension programs and applied research. Outreach efforts are to educate, train and provide the most relevant information the enables timely and sound updates.

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Contact Us

Shaun Casteel, Ph.D.
(765) 494-0895
915 W. State Street
West Lafayette, IN 47907

Soybean Station News

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A century shared in the soybean field

“A professor of agronomy had planted them,” Martin explained. “The seeds were...

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Great-great-granddaughter of American Soybean Association co-founder embraces 100-year legacy

"Early one morning, when my grandpa was just a young boy, his family traveled to the train...

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Estimating Soybean Yields

Soybean yield potential is built on numerous factors including the genetics that have been...

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Temperature Effects for Soybean Reproduction

Soybeans like it warmer in the evening so that it can “burn” (respire) the stored...

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Pale Green Soybeans Persisting?

We can often scout or drive past field after field of soybean in June that are pale green to...

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Need to Plant Soybeans Still?

Spring warm-up and field dry-out has been erratic this planting season of 2014. Cold and wet...

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Latest Soybean Research

Latest Soybean Research

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The Latest Soybean Research

Catch up on the latest research being done by Dr. Casteel and his team.

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