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  Document AGEC-224 Practical Soybean Sampling and Hand Sieving Procedures

By Kim Anderson and Phil Kenkel. This fact sheet provides practical procedures that can be used by producers, warehouse managers, and elevator managers for sampling and grading soybeans. Reviewed July 2016.

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  Document ANSI-3030 Feeding Whole Soybeans and Drought- or Frost-Damaged Soybeans to Beef Cattle

By David Lalman, Don Gill and Joe Steele. Beef cattle producers should consider the opportunity to incorporate soybeans into their feeding programs when the soybean market is depressed or when drought- or frost-damaged soybeans are available at low prices. Reviewed March 2013.

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  Document BAE-1290 Grain Handling Automation and Controls

By Carol Jones. Grain handling and storage has undergone changes due to great advancements in automation and computer technology during the past three or four decades. This fact sheet discusses these changes and how to use them to make grain facilities more productive, safer and more profitable. Revised September 2016.

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  Document CR-2781 Components and Ratios of Pre-mix Herbicides for Use in Soybean

By Joe Armstrong. This current report discusses pre-mix herbicide use in soybean. Reviewed March 2015.

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  Document CR-7167 Soybean Insect Survey and Control in Oklahoma

This fact sheet discusses how to survey for insects on soybeans and includes information on insect control. Revised June 2017.

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  Document CR-7678 2016 Soybean Disease Management Trials

By John Damicone, Tyler Pierson, Josh Lofton and Jen Olson. This current report includes summaries of soybean field trials.

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  Document E-996 No-Till Cropping Systems in Oklahoma

By Jason Warren and many others. This circular discusses the benefits; equipment needed; economics; weed, disease and insect management; crops and cover crops of no-till cropping systems.

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  Document EPP-7084 Pest Management Needs Assessment for Oklahoma Soybean Producers

By Tanya C. Franke, Kathleen D. Kelsey, and Tom A. Royer. This fact sheet discusses the needs of research and Extension programs benefiting soybean producers. Reviewed July 2013.

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  Document EPP-7156 Field Key to Larvae in Soybeans

This fact sheet is field key to identify larvae found in soybeans. Reviewed April 2013.

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  Document EPP-7196 Grasshopper Management in Rangeland, Pastures, and Crops

By Tom Royer and Phil Mulder. This fact sheet discusses grasshopper damage, management, and control in rangeland, pastures, and crops. Reviewed May 2015.

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  Document EPP-7660 Seedling and Root Disease of Soybean

By John Damicone. This fact sheet discusses seedling, root, and nematode diseases of soybeans. Revised March 2014.

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  Document EPP-7662 Stem and Pod Diseases of Soybean

By John Damicone. This fact sheet is intended to aid soybean producers in recognizing the diseases that commonly attack the foliage, pods, and stems of Oklahoma soybeans. Revised March 2014.

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  Document EPP-7672 Diseases of Soybeans

By John Damicone. This fact sheet is intended to aid soybean producers in recognizing the diseases that commonly attack soybean foliage.

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  Document L-215 Soybean Kernel Damage

By Kim Anderson. This leaflet describes, with photos, kernel damage to soybeans - as used in grading. Reviewed February 2015.

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  Document L-465 New Soybean and Cotton Herbicide Technology Considerations

By Todd Baughman and Misha Manuchehri. This leaflet includes information about soybean and cotton herbicide use.

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  Document PSS-2134 Strip-till Considerations in Oklahoma

This fact sheet discusses strip-till practices and its benefits in Oklahoma. Reviewed March 2015.

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  Document PSS-2169 Understanding Soybean Nodulation and Inoculation

By Josh Lofton and Brian Arnall. Using the best management practices discussed in this fact sheet, inoculum products have the potential to make soybeans both an agronomically and economically viable crop in Oklahoma crop rotations.

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