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Sulfur Solutions in Soybean

Learn about the latest research and information on sulfur applications to soybean crops in this presentation from Dr. Shaun Casteel.

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What biologicals do you want evaluated in soybean?

Purdue Soybean Extension will be evaluating 15 biological products in 2023 growing season, but there are nearly 100 products on the market. We want your input to determine which biologicals are of most interest to you to direct our evaluation. We have divided the biologicals into five categories: N Suppliers (non-rhizobial), P Suppliers, Humic/Fulvic Acids, Marine Extracts, and Combinations. We have a summary table for each category as well as the direct link to the company website describing that product to assist you in your selections.

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Thank you for your time and consideration. We are also grateful for the support of Indiana Soybean Alliance to conduct this research.

Applications of sUAS in Soybean Management

Recent 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 an ancient variety that had come from China and...


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 station in Camden, Ind.,” said Claire Crum,...


Estimating Soybean Yields

Soybean yield potential is built on numerous factors including the genetics that have been selected, the management decisions during the season,...

Other Archived Soybean Updates

July 7th, 2011

Soybean development in Indiana ranges from just planted to flowering.

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May 27, 2011

This planting season is going down in the record books as one of the wettest and one of the slowest for Indiana and the eastern corn belt.

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How well do you know soybeans?

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Latest Agronomy News

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A Purdue University interdisciplinary team is establishing a network of organic farmers to...

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The “COVID-19 Class” is a mini-series documenting the experiences of three members of...

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Highlights from our 2024 Agronomy Clubs & Teams Competitions and Meetings

Highlights from our 2024 Agronomy Clubs & Teams Competitions and Meetings

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Purdue University PhD student Chance Clark (left), agronomy professor Jianxin Ma and their associates have discovered two long, noncoding RNA genes in soybeans that control multiple desirable traits for crops.
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A team led by Purdue University soybean geneticist Jianxin Ma has developed a new...

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The Boilermaker Butcher Block’s selections will now include farm fresh eggs laid by Purdue...

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Climate change, extreme weather events, unprecedented records in temperatures and higher, acidic...

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