Field preparation, seeding and early-season scouting information.
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
Crop updateDry bean planting tipsWeed control in pulses – herbicide options
Seeding progressEarly seeding soybeansSeed treatment decisions
Considerations for dry seeding conditionsCurbing disease pressure in field peasField pea fertility recommendations
Seeding RateInoculantSeed Treatment
Crop updatePulse & soybean plant stand assessmentScouting for early season disease & insect pests
Seeding & crop updateLand rolling of pulse & soybean cropsControl of volunteer canola in soybeans
Projected pulse and soybean acresSoybean planting tipsPhosphorus management of pulse and soybean crops
Maturity, Yield, Plant architectureIron deficiency chlorosis (IDC) ratingPhytophthora root rot (PRR) resistance