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  1. Ohio Soybean Pollinator Survey Update

    Apr 10, 2018

    When in the fields monitoring soybeans, we often see an array of bee species visiting soybean flowers. These bees can enhance yield even though soybeans are self-pollinating; but do we know what species are foraging Ohio soybean fields? And how far into soybean fields are bees foraging? To answer these questions, a survey was conducted during 2016 in eight Ohio soybean fields across the state.

  2. Tilmon Lab is hiring summer student interns!

    Jan 31, 2018

    This position is no longer taking applicantions! Thank you for your interest! The Tilmon Lab is now accepting applications for the 2018 summer student internship program! This is paid student internship from May through August. Candidates must be 18 years or older and possess a valid US drivers license. An interest in biology, entomology or agronomy is preferred.

  3. Stink Bugs on Soybean in the North Central Region

    Dec 12, 2017

    A new field guide will be available to assist producers and scouts identify and monitor stink bugs on soybean in the North Central Region beginning in January 2018. This field guide was developed by Land Grant Universities, the USDA, and the Soybean Checkoff. Bound copies of the field guide will be available at the land grant univerisities and soybean checkoff associations within the North Central Region.