The Minnesota Soybean Research & Promotion Council is pleased to provide opportunities across the state for farmers to learn about the weed management tools available to them.
Across the country farmers, researchers and industry representatives are doing their best to rein in an ever growing problem across the agriculture landscape: weed resistance. The MSR&PC has their hand on the pulse of weed resistance issues and funded research projects that look at weed pressure and how to manage soybeans in the current environment.
“With weed resistance becoming more of a problem across the state, we want to get in front of it before it becomes a larger problem to our soybean production,” said Gene Stoel, MSR&PC Director and Production Action Team Chair. “If anything, we can learn from our southern friends’ experiences about what can happen if we do not get ahead of it.” Read more