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Mission

Integrate interdisciplinary soybean research towards developing laboratory and field based solutions that improve Ohio soybean production and utilization, enhance soybean producers’ profitability, and position OSU as a recognized leader in soybean research and education in the US

Vision

Enhance collaboration among faculty at OSU and to improve soybean research through sharing of knowledge and resources, developing partnerships and implementing new technologies for use in soybean production and utilization

In pursuit of this mission, we will provide:

i)  Midwest soybean producers with recommendations for the most sound, safe, and profitable soybean production practices

ii) The best adapted, high yielding germplasm to resist biotic and abiotic factors that are yield limiting in Ohio, as well as specialty traits to meet growing demand of feed, food, and industrial use of soybean

iii) Scientific framework and strategies to develop and evaluate novel production research solutions for recurring and emerging biotic, abiotic, and economic challenges and opportunities from university and industry partners

 

News

  1. Soybean World Research Conference Postponed

    Aug 13, 2020

    The OSU Soybean Center is a sponsor of the Soybean World Research Conference. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic this conference has been postponed. This sponsorship will help promote and showcase the OSU soybean presence at an international level. The conference has been postponed to September 5-10th, 2021. 

  2. Recent Grants to the Center for Student Training

    Aug 10, 2020

    Agronomic Crop Research Experience Summer Internship Program was funded by the Ohio Soybean Council to support undergraduate summer internships for students to work directly with OSU County Extension Educators to learn agronomic scouting and field assessment techniques. This project helps train the next generation of agricultural field professionals and also supports the activities of OSU extension.

  3. Recent Grants to the Center for Student Training

    Aug 10, 2020

    Graduate Student Soybean Research Support Program was funded by the Ohio Soybean Council to support graduate student research projects.  Students wrote and submitted competitive proposals, thus giving them valuable grant-writing experience in addition to support for their research.