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Multi-State Data – New Feature Released

In 2021, the Auburn University Official Variety Testing (OVT) Program contracted with Medius Ag, a third-party agricultural data management company, to store, manage, and maintain Auburn OVT data in an online database/tool available to all stakeholders.  The goal was...

2024 Soybean OVT Entry Form

January 12, 2024 - Entry forms for the 2023 Auburn University Official Soybean Variety Trials (OVTs) are now available. Entry forms are due by February 29th.  Please send seed as soon as possible, preferably no later than March 31st. Seed Required:  5 lb North, 5 lb...

Performance of Soybeans in Alabama, 2023

December 5 Yield results are available for the three soybean trials conducted at the Sand Mountain Research and Extension Center (SMREC) in Crossville.   November 30  Yield results are available for the 8 soybean trials conducted at the Black Belt Research and...

2023 Soybean Summary Tables

December 5  All yields for the 2023 season are in and summary tables are complete. December 1 Summary tables are provided through the variety selection platform only. North Region & Early Planted MG 4 tables will be updated as additional data becomes available....

2023 Soybean Iron Chlorosis Ratings – Black Belt REC

November 30 - Yields have been uploaded for the Iron Deficiency Chlorosis (IDC) trials conducted at the Black Belt Research and Extension Center. MG4 - Shatter ratings were highly correlated to yield. MG5 - IDC ratings were highly correlated to yield. MG6 - Neither...

2023 On-Farm Soybean Variety Trials

February 3 - Yield results are available for the Geneva County on-farm soybean trial. October 31 - Yield results are available for the Lawrence County on-farm soybean trial. October 25 - Yield results are available for the on-farm soybean trial conducted in Macon...

2023 Brewton Row Crops Field Day

There one more opportunity to visit an Auburn University Research and Extension Centers, learn from and interact with specialists, and see current research in person. Tuesday, September 19th Brewton Agricultural Research Unit (BARU) Registration 8:00-8:30 AM Tour -...

2023 Row Crops Field Days – Multiple Opportunities

There are multiple opportunities to visit the Auburn University Research and Extension Centers, learn from and interact with specialists, and see current research in person.  The dates and locations are below.   Thursday, July 27th Tennessee Valley Research and...

2023 Soybean Variety Trial Entry Form

February 1, 2023 - Entry forms for the 2023 Auburn University Official Soybean Variety Trials (OVTs) are now available.  Entry forms are due by March 17th.  Seed is due by March 24th. Entries can be submitted in one or more of the following categories: Early Planted...

Performance of Soybean Cultivars in Alabama, 2022

December 7 Yield data is available for the following OVTs at the Black Belt Research and Extension Center (BBREC) in Marion Junction. Sumter Soil MG4 MG5 MG6 MG7/8 Vaiden Soil MG4 MG5 MG6 MG7/8 Yield data is available for the Escambia County On-Farm trial November 30...

Central Alabama Field Day 2022

  9:00 AM, Tuesday, August 30, 2022 EV Smith Research Center - Plant Breeding Unit Join us as we tour the research conducted at the EV Smith Research Center - Plant Breeding Unit.  The field day will include updates Agenda 9:00 AM-9:15 AM - Registration and...

2022 EVSPBU Soybean Trial Impacted by Nematodes

August 17 This season, the Early-Planted MG-4 trial at the EV Smith Research Center (EVSPBU) started off great.  However, things took a turn mid-season. In this video, Dr. Eros Francisco - Extension Agronomist, Dr. Kathy Lawrence - Plant Pathologist, Henry Jordan -...

2022 Soybean Variety Trial Entry Form

January 20, 2022 - Entry forms for the 2022 Auburn University Soybean Variety Trials are now available.  Entry forms are due by February 18th.  Seed is due by March 18th. Entries can be submitted by the following categories/regions: Early Planted Maturity Group...

Performance of Soybean Cultivars in Alabama, 2021

December 10 - Quality and seed per pound is available for all three OVTS at the Brewton Agricultural Research Unit. December 3 - Yield data is available for the Early Maturity Group 4, Regular Maturity Group 4, and Regular Maturity Group 5 sobyean OVTs at the Sand...

2021 Application Materials – Soybean Variety Trials

March 22 - The Auburn University Variety Testing Program has closed the portal for 2021 soybean applications.  If you would like to enter and missed the deadline or need to make changes to your applicaiton please email varietytesting@auburn.edu.  Late applications...

Performance of Soybean Cultivars in Alabama, 2020

Performance of Soybean Cultivars in Alabama, 2020

January 13 - The final report is available.  Seed per pound and seed quality data is available for the soybean trials at the Brewton Agricultural Research Unit. Soybeans at the Black Belt Research and Extension Center displayed uneven maturity within a plot as well as...

Soybean Research Report 2020

AcknowledgementsThis publication is a joint contribution of Auburn University, the Alabama Agricultural Experiment Station, and the USDA Agricultural Research Service and National Soil Dynamics Laboratory. Research contained in AU Crops Research Reports was partially...

Performance of Soybean Cultivars in Alabama, 2019

Performance of Soybean Cultivars in Alabama, 2019

“The mission of the Alabama Variety Testing Program is to provide research-based, unbiased results on the performance of various crop hybrids, cultivars, and varieties to the agricultural community in our state. We are intent on conducting these trials in a manner...

Auburn University Crops / Soybean Research Report 2018

Auburn University Crops / Soybean Research Report 2018

Contents of the Soybean Research Report include Cultural Management, Fertilizer Management, Weed Management, Disease Management, Insect Management, Nematode Management, and various extras pertaining to improving the soybean quality in Alabama. Acknowledgements This...

Performance of Soybean Cultivars in Alabama, 2018

“The mission of the Alabama Variety Testing Program is to provide research-based, unbiased results on the performance of various crop hybrids, cultivars, and varieties to the agricultural community in our state. We are intent on conducting these trials in a manner...

Performance of Soybean Cultivars in Alabama, 2017

Performance of Soybean Cultivars in Alabama, 2017

“The mission of the Alabama Variety Testing Program is to provide research-based, unbiased results on the performance of various crop hybrids, cultivars, and varieties to the agricultural community in our state. We are intent on conducting these trials in a manner...

Auburn University Crops / Soybean Research Report 2017

Auburn University Crops / Soybean Research Report 2017

Over the past several years, agriculture techniques have been developed that allow more precise lime, fertilizer, and pesticide application. Techniques for adapting crop-seeding rates to yield goals are now possible and will become more valuable as the technology...

Performance of Soybean Cultivars in Alabama, 2016

“The mission of the Alabama Variety Testing Program is to provide research-based, unbiased results on the performance of various crop hybrids, cultivars, and varieties to the agricultural community in our state. We are intent on conducting these trials in a manner...

Auburn University Crops / Soybean Research Report 2016

Alabama row crop producers have greatly increased the amount of irrigation of soybeans in recent years. Irrigation scheduling tools have the potential to aid in increasing water use efficiency and yield while decreasing costs. However, irrigation scheduling in...

Performance of Soybean Varieties in Alabama, 2003

PERFORMANCE OF SOYBEAN VARIETIES IN ALABAMA, 2003 K. M. Glass, C. D. Monks, D.P. Delaney, and Edzard van Santen Agricultural Program Associate, Associate Professor and Extension Cotton & Soybean Specialist, Extension Specialist, and Professor 

Performance of Soybean Varieties in Alabama, 2002

PERFORMANCE OF SOYBEAN VARIETIES IN ALABAMA, 2002 K. M. Glass, C. D. Monks, D.P. Delaney, and Edzard van Santen Agricultural Program Associate, Associate Professor and Extension Cotton & Soybean Specialist, Extension Specialist, and Professor 

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