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Soybean Research Verification Program Weekly Update Update – September 12, 2014
Author: Chris Grimes, Program Associate - Soybean/Wheat Verification Coordinator

Rainfall was scattered across the state this week. We have terminated irrigation on the majority of the fields this week. Insect pressure has increased this week and a few fields required treatment for stinkbugs. Three of the verification fields have been harvested and a couple more waiting on the combine.

County Variety Stage General Information
Arkansas Asgrow 5233 RR/ STS R6 Received 1.5” rain. Irrigation terminated. Threshold stink bugs, recommended 1 gal/30 ac Brigade.
Clark NK

S48-F8 RR

R6 Stink bugs running 12/25 sweeps. Recommended 1 gal/35 ac Lambda-Cy. Final irrigation this week.
Clay Halo 5:26 LL  


Field received no rainfall since last visit. Insect & disease pressure remain low.
Cross Progeny 4211 RR Harvested on 9-9-14.
Desha Armor

DK 4744 RR

Harvested 8-28-14.
Jefferson Delta Grow


R6 Irrigated 8-30 and 9-6. Irrigation terminated.
Lawrence – Rice Asgrow 4232 RR R6


Field received 2”rain on 9-11. Stinkbug pressure has picked up this week. We have terminated irrigation.
Lawrence – Wright Leland R6


Field received 2” rain on 9-11. Stinkbug pressure has picked up this week. We have terminated irrigation.
Lafayette Pioneer

94Y80 RR

R8 Harvested.
Lee Asgrow

4632 RR/STS

R5 Received 2.3” rain. Treated bean leaf beetles with .5 lb acephate plus 1 gal/25 ac bifenthrin.
Phillips-1 Osage R7 Older beans harvested, younger ones should be any day.
Phillips-2 Asgrow 4632 RR/STS


R6 Irrigated 8-30. Irrigation terminated.
Prairie Pioneer 95Y40 RR R6 Insect and disease pressure remains low. Going to irrigate 1 more time.
Randolph Asgrow RR


R5 Insect & disease pressure low this week.
St. Francis TV 49L29 LL R7 Terminated irrigation & waiting on harvest.
White NK S49-F8 RR R6 About 0.5” rainfall since last week. Insect & disease pressure was low this week.

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