Soybean Production in Arkansas
Soybeans (Glycine max) are grown in 41 of the state’s 75 counties and on about 3.3 million acres. They rank as one of the top three crop commodities in cash receipts for Arkansas farmers generating about $1.7 billion annually. State average yields are about 40 bushels per acre.
Soybean producers who want to know more about choosing soybean seed with the same maturity date range can utilize software from our research team. Click the button below and scroll down the webpage to get the user manual and request the Excel data file from the research team.
More facts and resources about soybeans are below.
- Soybean meal is a high protein supplement for livestock and soybean is gaining popularity in human diets as well.
- Biodiesel appears to be an expanding domestic market for US soybeans.
- Approximately 30 to 40% of all US soybeans are exported.
Soybean Production Practices
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2022 Soybean Cross Reference Guide
2022 Arkansas Soybean Quick Facts
Soybean Yield Response: Planting Date and Maturity Groups in Arkansas
Weed Management | Field Crops website.- Pest Management | Farm & Ranch | Arkansas Extension
|FSA7065||current||Insect Pest Alert: Soybean Aphid (color)|
|FSA7077||current||Brown Marmorated Stink Bug: A Potential Pest of Arkansas Row Crops (color)|
|FSA7078||current||Biology, Identification and Management of the Redbanded Stink Bug (color)|
|FSA7084||current||Kudzu Bug - Invasive Pest Coming to Arkansas and the Impact on Soybeans|
|FSA7550||current||Crop Rotation for Management of Nematodes in Cotton and Soybean|
|MP144||current||Insecticide Recommendations for Arkansas Soybeans|
Insect Management | Field Crops website - Pest Management | Farm & Ranch | Arkansas Extension
Pesticide Training, Licensing, and Education website - Pest Management | Farm & Ranch | Arkansas Extension
Arkansas Insect Pest Photo Gallery - Research & Extension | Division of Agriculture | University of Arkansas System
|FSA7531||current||Asian Soybean Rust (color)|
|FSA7532||current||Asian Soybean Rust Fungicides and Aquatic Organisms|
Arkansas Plant Disease Control Products Guide
Fungicide Efficacy for Control of Foliar Soybean Diseases
|n/a||current||2020 Arkansas Soybean Disease Screening
Evaluation of soybean cultivars for reaction to Root-knot Nematode, Soybean Cyst Nematode Race 2, 4, 5,14, Reniform Nematode, Stem Canker and Frogeye Leaf Spot.
Disease Management | Field Crops website - Pest Management | Farm & Ranch | Arkansas Extension
|n/a||current||2022 Soybean Cross Reference Guide|
|n/a||current||2021 Metribuzin Tolerance Testing of Soybean Varieties|
|n/a||current||2021 Soybean Update|
|n/a||current||2020 Soybean Update|
|n/a||current||2019 Soybean Update|
Arkansas Variety Testing - Soybean website - Research & Extension | Division of Agriculture | University of Arkansas System
Row Crop Verification website - Farm & Ranch | Arkansas Extension
|Series 680||2020||Arkansas Soybean Research Studies|
|Series 670||2019||Arkansas Soybean Research Studies|
|Series 663||2018||Arkansas Soybean Research Studies|
|Series 655||2017||Arkansas Soybean Research Studies|
|Series 648||2016||Arkansas Soybean Research Studies|
|Series 637||2015||Arkansas Soybean Research Studies|
|Series 631||2014||Arkansas Soybean Research Studies|
|FSA5||current||Seasonal Price Patterns for Arkansas Soybeans (color)|
|FSA38||current||Economic Benefits of No-Till in a Rice-Soybean Rotation|
Economics & Marketing - Farm & Ranch | Arkansas Extension
Farm Planning ( Budgets, Risk Management, Planning Tools)
Crop Enterprise Budgets for Arkansas Field Crops
Commodity Markets (Market News, Situation Outlook)
MarketMaker (Farmers' Markets, Locally Grown)
USDA ERS Reports for Soybeans & Oil Crops
Arkansas Row Crops Blog
The latest news and recommendations from Extension specialists across all row crops.
Soybean Research and Information Network
Resources for soybean production.
Irrigation methods and water conservation research from Extension specialists.
Southern Risk Management Education Center (SRMEC)
Arkansas Soybean Promotion Board