Resources by Edward Seymore

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Virginia Soybean Performance Tests 2009 Dec 17, 2009 2912-1427
Virginia Soybean Performance Tests 2010 Mar 1, 2011 3102-1536
Virginia Soybean Performance Tests 2014
The purpose of this publication is to provide performance data of the many soybean varieties offered for sale in Virginia. These data should be of benefit to producers and agribusinesses in making selections of varieties for their use. It is realized that not all varieties that are offered for sale in Virginia are included in these tests. There is no implication that varieties not included are inferior in any way, but only that they have not been tested.
Mar 18, 2015 AREC-134NP
Virginia Soybean Performance Tests 2011 Feb 15, 2012 AREC-16
Virginia Soybean Performance Tests 2015
The purpose of this publication is to provide performance data of the many soybean varieties offered for sale in Virginia. These data should be of benefit to producers and agribusinesses in making selections of varieties for their use. It is realized that not all varieties that are offered for sale in Virginia are included in these tests. There is no implication that varieties not included are inferior in any way, but only that they have not been tested.
Feb 19, 2016 AREC-170NP
Virginia Soybean Performance Test 2016 Mar 29, 2017 AREC-209NP
Virginia Soybean Performance Tests 2012 Feb 14, 2013 AREC-40
Virginia Soybean Performance Tests 2013
The purpose of this publication is to provide performance data of the many soybean varieties offered for sale in Virginia. These data should be of benefit to producers and agribusinesses in making selections of varieties for their use. It is realized that not all varieties that are offered for sale in Virginia are included in these tests. There is no implication that varieties not included are inferior in any way, but only that they have not been tested.
Feb 21, 2014 AREC-79NP
Brown Marmorated Stink Bug, Biology And Management In Mid-Atlantic Soybeans
The mission of the Delaware Soybean Board (DSB), Maryland Soybean Board (MSB), and Virginia Soybean Board (VSB) is to maximize the profitability of soybean producers in their respective states by investing soybean checkoff funds in targeted domestic and international research, promotion and communication initiatives. The volunteer farmer- leaders who serve on the DSB, MSB and VSB boards of directors invest your checkoff dollars in research to improve soybean production practices to make your farm more profitable and ensure the sustainability of Mid-Atlantic soybean production.
Nov 5, 2015 ENTO-168NP