The Mississippi Soybean Promotion Board aims to help farmers identify and control damaging diseases before it’s too late.
It starts by determining when insects reach the economic threshold level. This is the point at which damaging insects must be treated before your operation starts to lose money.
Under its Sustainable Irrigation Project (SIP), MSBP provides practices and tools to reduce the amount of irrigation water applieed to the states crops.
Learn everything you need to know about local herbicide-resistant weeds and how to fight them from MSPB and the Take Action initiative.
Guidelines for disposing of unplanted, treated soybean seed are summarized from linked articles.
A summary of results and their implication for control of charcoal rot in soybeans is presented.
Access to a free NOAA weather product that can be used to record and archive local rainfall data is provided through links in the attached article.