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Kentucky Soybean Board

1000 US-62 W
Princeton, KY 42445

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

The Kentucky Soybean Promotion Board believes research is the key to success in supporting the state’s farmers. We work closely with researchers at Kentucky colleges and universities to get local, applicable results to challenging issues. The research projects in which we invest checkoff dollars aim to increase profitability and sustainability.

FY20/21
Current fiscal year checkoff investment in research
$490,000
Overview
Research Highlights
Resource Library
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Top Research Funding Areas
  • Water Quality
  • Disease and Pest Management
  • Soil Fertility and Health
  • Soybean Variety Trials
Top Areas of Research Critical to the Future of Kentucky's Soybean Production
  • Communicate Research Results to Producers in Ways They Can be Applied
  • Continue to Produce Soybeans in an Environmentally Sound and Sustainable Manner
Recent Innovative Research Projects
  • Blue Water Farms Edge of Field Monitoring in Kentucky Soils
  • Use of Plant Growth-Promoting Microbes and Novel Chemicals to Improve Yield and Stress Tolerance

“While it’s important to continue to do research on our own farms, we realize that we can’t do it all. That’s why we must continue to invest checkoff dollars to support research efforts to help us make critical decisions.”

— Adam Hendricks, soybean farmer from Auburn, Kentucky

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University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment
University of Kentucky Weed Science
Kentucky Soybean Board
Top Research Funding Areas
  • Water Quality
  • Disease and Pest Management
  • Soil Fertility and Health
  • Soybean Variety Trials
Top Areas Of Research Critical To The Future Of Kentucky's Soybean Production
  • Communicate Research Results to Producers in Ways They Can be Applied
  • Continue to Produce Soybeans in an Environmentally Sound and Sustainable Manner
Recent Innovative Research Projects
  • Blue Water Farms Edge of Field Monitoring in Kentucky Soils
  • Use of Plant Growth-Promoting Microbes and Novel Chemicals to Improve Yield and Stress Tolerance

“While it’s important to continue to do research on our own farms, we realize that we can’t do it all. That’s why we must continue to invest checkoff dollars to support research efforts to help us make critical decisions.”

— Adam Hendricks, soybean farmer from Auburn, Kentucky

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Year of Research: 2018
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University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment
University of Kentucky Weed Science
Kentucky Soybean Board
1000 US-62 W
Princeton, KY 42445