The following series of videos have been produced as an educational tool for Tennessee soybean farmers. They cover such topics as: recognizing soybean growth stages, identifying and managing glyphosate-resistant weeds, insect scouting, and identifying common soybean diseases.

Your Tennessee Soybean Promotion Board worked cooperatively with the United Soybean Board and the University of Tennessee Cooperative Extension Services using soybean checkoff dollars to produce the brief program in order to improve the profit potential for all Tennessee soybean farmers.

To view more videos visit Tennessee Soybean’s YouTube channel.

Determining Soybean Growth Stages
University of Tennessee Extension’s Dr. Angela McClure discusses the practice of staging soybeans to determine the soybean plant’s growth.

Identifying and Managing Glyphosate Resistant Palmer Amaranth
University of Tennessee Extension’s Dr. Larry Steckel discusses identifying and managing soybean weed species, including palmer amaranth (also known as palmer pigweed) and other pigweed species. Dr. Steckel addresses managing glyphosate-resistant palmer amaranth species, which is widespread in Tennessee.

Identifying Common Soybean Diseases
Dr. Melvin Newman of the University of Tennessee Extension discusses identifying common soybean diseases including frogeye leaf spot, septoria brown spot, anthracnose disease and soybean sudden death syndrome.

Soybean and Insect Sampling with a Sweep Net
Dr. Scott Stewart, University of Tennessee Extension entomologist demonstrates soybean and insect sampling with a sweep net. He discusses the importance of knowing what specific insects look like such as the green stinkbug, fall armyworm, corn earworm (pod worms) and soybean looper.