Challenging from start to finish, the 2019 season is now over for FIRST trials in 15 states. Yields were good despite the wet weather where harvest was possible, though northern locations were lost to early snows.
News | December 2019
Midwest Messenger | Unexpected Results in ’19 Plot Testing
Because nobody can really predict the weather from one year to the next, it’s wise to choose and select those corn and soybean products that have yield stability. FIRST's Corey Rozenboom explores the unexpected curve balls with the 2019 growing season.
Author: Katy Moore
Farms.com | ISA Releases Soybean Variety Value Data To Help Protect Farm Revenue
The Illinois Soybean Association has posted an updated list of high-value soybean varieties to help farmers fight back against farm revenue losses from synthetic feed ingredients. Each variety listed was planted in the 2018 F.I.R.S.T. trials and planted in at least one test plot in Illinois from 2013 to 2018.