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We are the Arkansas Soybean Promotion Board and we are here to fill you in on the miracle bean, the soybean
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Arkansas Soybean Jun 17
In agreement with agronomists, Dr. Lorenz said one of the keys to making high yields is planting early because it helps growers avoid many of the pest complexes encountered over the years. Watch the full research video:
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Arkansas Soybean Jun 16
from the Arkansas Soybean Promotion Board!
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Arkansas Soybean Jun 14
The Arkansas Soybean Promotion Board's Annual Research Report will be available on our website in July! To view some of our funded projects visit
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Arkansas Soybean Jun 13
When John Freeman hit the road to attend college almost eight hours away, he had little interest in careers outside of farming. He grew up on a farm and helped his dad in high school. Learn more about our board members and what we do at .
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Arkansas Soybean Jun 12
The 2019 Arkansas Irrigation Yield Contest is now open for entries. To register, email contest@uark.edu. You can learn more by calling Greg Simpson at 870-243-2604! The deadline to enter is June 30.
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Arkansas Soybean Jun 9
In agreement with agronomists, Dr. Lorenz said one of the keys to making high yields is planting early because it helps growers avoid many of the pest complexes encountered over the years. Listen to the full research podcast:
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Arkansas Soybean Jun 8
Gary Sitzer's fourth-generation family farm started in Weiner, AR and that’s where they stayed. Learn more about our board at .
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Arkansas Soybean Jun 7
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AR Verification Jun 7
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Arkansas Soybean Jun 5
The 2019 Arkansas Irrigation Yield Contest is now open for entries. To register, email contest@uark.edu. You can learn more by calling Greg Simpson at 870-243-2604! The deadline to enter is June 30.
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Jeremy Ross Jun 5
Pulling soil samples and putting out treatments on National Sulfur Study funded by and other state soybean boards
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United Soybean Board May 30
The printing industry uses soy ink to reduce . Industrial demand for has increased from 14 million bushels in 2003 to more than 111 million bushels a decade later.
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Arkansas Soybean Jun 2
Still searching for the right soybean varieties for your field? Our Arkansas Seed Variety Selector Tool can assist you in making the right choices to increase your yield in the upcoming season. To use the tool, visit
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Arkansas Soybean May 31
After high school, Joe Thrash packed up and headed to the University of Arkansas to pursue a career in agronomy. It didn’t take long for him to realize home is where the farm is. Learn more about Joe and our other board members at .
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United Soybean Board May 28
Researchers at have found genetic markers in soybeans that could help improve drought tolerance in a funded study.
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Arkansas Soybean May 28
that livestock and poultry consume 97 percent of U.S. soybean meal?
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Arkansas Soybean May 28
According to , the state is at 42% soybeans planted. This time last year, we were at 86% planted. These numbers are likely to be impacted by the flooding going on in the state.
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Arkansas Soybean May 27
to the brave men and women of the armed forces of America. We appreciate your service and sacrifice to protect our country!
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Arkansas Soybean May 26
Visit our website at to learn more about our board members, legacies, national leadership and more!
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Arkansas Soybean May 25
John Carlin explains how Arkansas soybean producers can produce greater crop yields through the data collected from early planted tests and traditional planted tests.
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