IPM Oklahoma!

Soybean

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Soybean is an important cash crop for Oklahoma producers. Oklahoma producers grow an average of 350,000 acres of soybean each year. Soybean production practices have changed dramatically with the development and adoption of transgenic varieties that contain genetics for weed control. Soybean producers are facing new challenges from exotic pests that have been introduced into the US in recent years, including soybean rust and soybean aphid. Fortunately IPM programs are flexible enough to meet those challenges. 

NEWSLETTERS AND BLOGS

Pest e-Alert (OSU Plant Disease and Insect Advisory)

Down and Dirty with NPK (OSU Soil Fertility Blog)

Everything but Wheat (OSU Cropping Systems Blog)

FACT SHEETS

Oklahoma Soybean Variety Trial Summaries

E-967 Soybean Production Guide

OSU Fact Sheets (Soybean and Mungbean)

WEBSITES

Oklahoma Soybean Board

Department of Plant and Soil Sciences - Soybean Research

Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry

Oklahoma Grain and Feed Association

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