Items Tagged with 'Iowa Soybean Association'


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Seeding a Cereal Rye Cover Crop Every Month of the Year

No-tiller’s informal trial of seeding a rye cover crop every month of the year teaches lessons about rye’s resilience
Wade Dooley has done plenty of official experiments with the Iowa Soybean Association, Practical Farmers of Iowa and other groups that conduct research and development in agriculture. But when the Marshall County, Iowa, grower decided to try seeding rye every single month, there was nothing official about it.
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A Trifecta of Tools to Improve Soil and Water Quality

Davenport, Iowa’s, Robb Ewoldt implements innovative conservation practices to boost his bottom line while improving the environment.
Robb Ewoldt, along with his wife, Jennifer, and teenage sons, Alex and Isaac, grows corn and soybeans in eastern Iowa, just three miles north of the Mississippi River. He farms 2,000 acres with a main goal always in mind.
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EPA Decision on Dicamba Looms

Dicamba-injury complaints are down nationwide compared to last year, statistics show. But is it enough to convince the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to allow the weed killer to be sprayed over-the-top of soybeans in 2019 and beyond?
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