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Atlantic Region Soybean Board

Top Things for Farmers to Know About Checkoff Dollars Invested in Research

Research projects funded by the Atlantic Soybean Council builds collaborations between Atlantic states. Regional dialogue and discussion provide both researchers and farmers greater access to information to improve soybean production. The Atlantic Soybean Council invests checkoff dollars from producers in DE, MD, NJ, and VA, and in research that benefits the region.

FY21/22
Current fiscal year checkoff investment in research
$18,649
Overview
Research Highlights
Resource Library
Blog Articles
Top Research Funding Areas
  • Nematode Management
  • Pest Control
Top Areas of Research Critical to the Future of Atlantic Region Soybean Board's Soybean Production
  • Regional Pest Control
  • Regional Agronomic Challenges
Recent Innovative Research Projects
  • Field Trials and Continued Surveys to Improve Management of Nematodes across DelMarVa
  • Survey and Seed Treatment Efficacy Trials to Improve Management of Nematodes
  • Mid-Atlantic Slug Parasitic Nematode Survey

One of Our Biggest Success Stories as a Result of Research

A regional project focused on slug control using natural pest enemies, parasitic slug nematodes, laid the foundation for ongoing checkoff funded research on slug management by participating Qualified State Soybean Boards (QSSBs).

Highlight Dated: 01/03/2022
Posted on: 01/03/2022

There are currently no Resources for Atlantic Region Soybean Board.

There are currently no Blog Articles for Atlantic Region Soybean Board.

Top Research Funding Areas
  • Nematode Management
  • Pest Control
Top Areas Of Research Critical To The Future Of Atlantic Region Soybean Board's Soybean Production
  • Regional Pest Control
  • Regional Agronomic Challenges
Recent Innovative Research Projects
  • Field Trials and Continued Surveys to Improve Management of Nematodes across DelMarVa
  • Survey and Seed Treatment Efficacy Trials to Improve Management of Nematodes
  • Mid-Atlantic Slug Parasitic Nematode Survey

One of Our Biggest Success Stories as a Result of Research

A regional project focused on slug control using natural pest enemies, parasitic slug nematodes, laid the foundation for ongoing checkoff funded research on slug management by participating Qualified State Soybean Boards (QSSBs).

Highlight Dated: 01/03/2022
Posted on: 01/03/2022

There are currently no Resources for Atlantic Region Soybean Board.

There are currently no Blog Articles for Atlantic Region Soybean Board.