Watching out for disease is critical to keeping soybean stress low and to ensuring maximum yields. One of the biggest production constraints in 2014 was sudden death syndrome (SDS), with growers in some parts of Illinois losing up to 40 or 50 bushels per acre from the disease.

Jason Webster, Beck's Hybrids

What On-Farm Research has Taught Us about Producing High-Yield Soybeans

Daniels Davidson, PhD, ISA Research & Technical Coordinator (moderator)

Producing High-Yield Soybeans in Illinois

Kelli Basett (Brien Fell), Pioneer

Understanding and Implementing Variety Placement

Elywnn Taylor, Ph.D., Iowa State University

Will 2015 Weather Be a Repeat of '12, '13, '14, and How Best to Prepare.

Bob Beck, Winfield Solutions

Become a Master Soybean Producer: Developing the Habits of a High-Yield Soybean Grower.

John McGillicuddy, Independent Crop Consultant

Developing a Solid Foundation Agronomy Program for your Soybeans that Leads to Success

Join Dan Dempsey of AgYield and Kevin Kennedy of Kennedy Family Farms, as they review the process of building a profitable revenue management / grain marketing strategy, including real-life situations and the process growers can take to improve profitability in 2015.

Nutrient management means minimizing impact, optimizing yield and maximizing input utilization—while protecting your bottom line. Howard Brown, manager of agronomy services with GROWMARK, Inc., will present and answer grower questions.

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