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Crop Update Photos 8-25-2015

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Virginia Beach Soybean Comparison for BigSoy100 Trial

Virginia Beach Soybean Comparison for BigSoy100 Trial

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The Importance of Beneficial Insects

The Importance of Beneficial Insects

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High Yielding Soybeans in Virginia Beach

High Yielding Soybeans in Virginia Beach

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Virginia Beach BigSoy100 Update

Virginia Beach BigSoy100 Update

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Scott Dickey Soybean BigSmartPlot Update

Scott Dickey Soybean BigSmartPlot Update

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Time to Apply BigSoy100DB

Time to Apply BigSoy100DB

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Five Facts about FDA Removing the ‘Generally Recognized as Safe’ Designation for Partially Hydrogenated Oil

Partially Hydrogenated Oil

On June 16, 2015, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced a final decision that partially hydrogenated oils would no longer be considered generally recognized as safe ingredients for human food applications, according to story from Food Business News. The final decision followed FDA releasing a preliminary determination about the generally recognized as safe status for partially hydrogenated oils in ... Read More »

Sweetener Applications Provide Pest, Weed, Disease Control to Optimize Plant Health

Sweetener Applications Optimize Plant Health

As cold-processor sweeteners, BigCorn300TM, BigWheat150TM and BigSoy100TM available from BigYield.usTM contribute to plant health in many ways. For example, they act as a carbon source. The added carbon can make plants more productive; improve soil structure; and provide a food source for beneficial soil bacteria, fungi and other creatures. Greater carbon levels in soil can also contribute to enhanced drainage. ... Read More »

Check for Soil, Crop Health Before Seeding Forages

Check Crop Health Before Seeding Forages

Forage producers should carefully scout their flood-damaged pastures and hay fields for signs of crop health to determine if reseeding is necessary, a Purdue Extension forage specialist says. “It’s important to take note of hoof damage to pastures,” Keith Johnson said. “Come back to the damaged areas often to assess if recovery is occurring. If there is permanent damage, plan ... Read More »