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

The Georgia Soybean Commodity Commission dedicates more than 70% of instate checkoff funds to research and Extension programs. Our researchers and Extension personnel do an outstanding job investing in practical projects that support Georgia soybean production.

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Top Research Funding Areas

- Soybean Rust Monitoring
- Cultivar Development
- On-farm Applied Agronomic Research

Top Areas of Research Critical to the Future of Georgia's Soybean Production

- Benefits of Soybean in Crop Rotation
- Soybean Profitability & Sustainability
- Best Management Practices

Recent Innovative Research Projects

- Development of High-Yielding Cultivars with Enhanced Herbicide Tolerance
- Soybean Smart Irrigation App
- Expansion of Georgia Weather Network
- Identifying Varieties for Dryland & Ultra-Late Production