Each year, the Minnesota Soybean Research & Promotion Council invests checkoff resources into unbiased agronomic research that shines a light on pest and weed management, soil health, and breeding and genetics.
As with any checkoff-funded endeavor, the goal – improving farmer profitability – is the primary focus.
Following a months-long review process, this spring the Council approved 16 production research and technology transfer projects from many of our region’s most prominent ag researchers for Fiscal Year 2021. Projects officially started May 1. As part of our ongoing “Checkoff Chatter” series – featuring myself, staff directors and farmer-leaders – we will include videos and written updates on these projects throughout the year. Additionally, we’ll also give updates on recent checkoff projects.
If you are interested in specific projects, feel free to contact the researchers at the email addresses, below or contact me at email@example.com. In addition, stay up-to-date on the latest agronomy news by following me on Twitter @DavidKeeMN, and view the latest checkoff news at mnsoybean.org/msrpc/.
|FY21 Production Research Projects|
|Angie Peltierfirstname.lastname@example.org||A New Approach to Managing White Mold in Minnesota Soybeans / Expanding Digital Crop Doc, a Digital Diagnostics Service|
|Angie Peltieremail@example.com||2021 Northwest Minnesota Soybean Research and Tech Transfer|
|Bruce Potterfirstname.lastname@example.org||Applied Soybean Pest Management Research-2021|
|Andrew Lueckemail@example.com||2021 Comprehensive Residual Herbicide Waterhemp Control in Soybean|
|Debalin Sarangifirstname.lastname@example.org||Management of Herbicide-Resistant Waterhemp in Minnesota Soybean|
|Dean Malvickemail@example.com||Assessing Management Options and Inputs for Significant Soybean Diseases in Minnesota|
|Bob Kochfirstname.lastname@example.org||Soybean insect management (2020): Soybean aphid and Japanese beetle|
|Soybean Breeding, Molecular Genetics and Functional Genomics|
|Aaron Lorenzemail@example.com||Soybean Breeding and Genetics|
|Aaron Lorenzfirstname.lastname@example.org||Advancing Varietal Resistance to Soybean Cyst Nematode in Minnesota|
|Bob Stuparemail@example.com||New Biotechnology to Improve and Understand Soybean Traits|
|Senyu Chenfirstname.lastname@example.org||Study of Soybean Cyst Nematode (SCN) diversity and detection of white soybean cyst nematode for strategically breeding resistant soybean|
|Dan Kaiseremail@example.com||Nutrient Management for Profitable Soybean Production in Minnesota|
|Dave Grafstromfirstname.lastname@example.org||Influence of Phosphorus and Potassium Applications in a Multi-year Spring Wheat-Soybean Crop Rotation|
|Gerald Tolandemail@example.com||Phase II: Apply Classroom and Field Education Experiences to Enhance Student Participation and Success in CCA Certification|
|Seth Naevefirstname.lastname@example.org||Managing Iron Deficiency Chlorosis (IDC) with Agronomics and Economics|
|Seth Naeveemail@example.com||The U of MN/MSR&PC Drainage and Tillage Research Site: Enhancing Soybean Production with Residue Management and Cover Crops|