Integration of new soybean genetics and herbicides to manage challenging weed species and diminish selection for glyphosate resistance
Sustainable Production
Field management Nutrient managementSoil healthTillageYield trials
Parent Project:
This is the first year of this project.
Lead Principal Investigator:
Michael Moechnig, South Dakota State University
Co-Principal Investigators:
Jill Alms, South Dakota State University
Darrell Deneke, South Dakota State University
Neal Foster, South Dakota State University
Robert Hall, South Dakota State University
David Vos, South Dakota State University
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Brief Project Summary:

Herbicide tolerance traits will dominate the contributions of new soybean pest management tool in the next few years. Liberty link soybeans, dicamba resistant, GAT (glyphosate and ALS tolerant) and other herbicide tolerant soybeans are in the process of being released and marketed. Information is needed to determine whether these new technologies are economical and if so, how they may best benefit the soybean grower. Working with industry, the research group will evaluate new soybean varieties and herbicide programs and will provide unbiased evaluations of these programs compared to conventional weed control programs.

Unique Keywords:
#crop management systems
Information And Results
Project Deliverables

Project completed 3 bioreactors in central, min-central, and SE South Dakota. It took awhile to build all three sites, so water quality sampling didn?t occur until Spring 2012. the growing season of 2012 was one of the worst droughts in SD history. The drought affected the 3 locations and water samples were not collected.

Final Project Results

No water samples were collected. The SDSRPC was a match for the 319 funded project. Our match was never requested for payment during the project. The project is currently running on its own in 2015 through the Water Resource Institute at South Dakota State University.

The United Soybean Research Retention policy will display final reports with the project once completed but working files will be purged after three years. And financial information after seven years. All pertinent information is in the final report or if you want more information, please contact the project lead at your state soybean organization or principal investigator listed on the project.