May 11, 2022
Recent wet weather across the state has slowed soybean planting progress, but should be picking up with warmer and dryer weather. As of the last week of April, 2% of the soybean acres in Ohio were planted. Last year at the same time, 17% of soybean acres were planted. However, 2018 through 2020, planting progress was similar at 1-2%.
Dec 3, 2021
The final copy of the 2021 Ohio Soybean Performance Trial Results is now available. Click here!
Oct 25, 2021
Laura Lindsey and Allen Geyer
Three out of six of the 2021 Ohio Soybean Performance Trial locations have been harvested, including Sandusky County, Union County, and Preble County. Click here to download a pdf of the results.
Jul 21, 2021
Click here to download an excel copy of the 2021 Ohio Wheat Performance Test. Disease information will be added as it becomes available.
Nov 23, 2020
The purpose of the Ohio Soybean Performance Trials is to evaluate soybean varieties for yield and other agronomic characteristics. This evaluation gives soybean producers comparative information for selecting the best varieties for their unique production system. Click here to see results from all trial locations: 2020 Ohio Soybean Performance Trials.
Oct 19, 2020
Henry County, Preble County, and Clinton Co. results of the 2020 Ohio Soybean Performance Trials are online here: https://stepupsoy.osu.edu/sites/hcs-soy/files/2020%20OSPT_N1_S1_S2%20results_0.pdf
Results from the other trial locations will be added as harvest and data analysis continues.
Feb 13, 2020
The revised Management of Ohio Winter Malting Barley guide is now available. The revised guide includes updated seeding rate and soil fertility recommendations.
Oct 28, 2019
All yield results of the 2019 Ohio Soybean Performance Trials are now available here.
The report will be updated with seed size, protein, and oil in the upcoming weeks.
Oct 14, 2019
See results of the 2019 Ohio Soybean Performance Trials- South Region here.
May 16, 2019
Persistent wet weather is likely to push soybean planting into late May-early June in many areas of the state. Late planting reduces the cultural practice options for row spacing, seeding rate, and relative maturity.