Crop Staging and ConditionsAssessing Pulse and Soybean Plant StandsSoybean Replanting Decisions
Crop UpdateWeather UpdateDry Bean Seeding Recommendations
Soybean Seeding RecommendationsApplying the 5% Rule to Soybean ProductionPost-Emergent Herbicide Options for Field Peas and Faba Beans
Field Pea Seeding RecommendationsFaba Bean Seeding RecommendationsCalculating Seeding Rates for Peas and Faba Beans
Considerations for Dry Seeding ConditionsQuick Reference Guide: Soybean and Pulse Seeding TipsThe PMRA’s Decision on Thiamethoxam Seed Treatments in Soybeans
Keeping track of pests in pulse and soybean crops is something we prioritize at MPSG.
Review of pulse and soybean scouting and growing season conditions from 2020.
Crop Staging and ConditionsLate Soybean PlantingAssessing Pulse and Soybean Plant Stands
Crop updateDry bean seeding tipsPRE herbicide options for soybeans
Seeding UpdateFaba Bean Seeding TipsField Pea Inoculation
Field pea seeding tipsCold temperature considerations for pulses and soybeansOn-Farm Network sign-up information
The recommended practice to combat many agronomic issues is to diversify your crop rotation. But what is considered a “good” rotation and how do pulse and soybean crops fit in?
Crop updateSoybean Nodulation and Nitrogen FixationIron Deficiency Chlorosis (IDC)
Crop updateCutworm scouting and managementConsiderations for pulse and soybean crops in dry conditions
Crop update and frost informationScouting for early season insects and diseasesPlant stand assessment
Soybean and dry bean seeding tipsWeed control options for field peasPre-plant and pre-emergent herbicide options for soybeans
Choose well-drained fields that are not prone to waterlogging to avoid root rot issues.Use high quality, crack-free seed if possible and handle seed gently.Aim to plant as early as possible, from late April to early May, for the greatest yield potential.
Late seeding of soybeansScouting for cutwormsAssessing plant stands