Mike Staton has served as a field crop educator with Michigan State University Extension since 1989. Soybean production and management has been an important part of his on-farm research trials and educational programming throughout his career. In 2010, MSU Extension and the Michigan Soybean Checkoff jointly funded a new soybean educator position enabling Mike to focus all of his efforts on soybean production and management issues. In this position he leads a statewide on-farm soybean research program and develops soybean educational materials and research reports to support Michigan soybean producers and agribusiness agronomists.
Reducing soybean harvest losses
Published on September 19, 2023
Harvest recommendations for soybean fields with variable maturity
Published on September 12, 2023
2023 Soybean Harvest Equipment Field Day rescheduled for September 29
Published on September 11, 2023
Is it too late to apply fungicides to control white mold in soybeans?
Published on August 10, 2023
Fungicide use for managing white mold in soybeans
Published on July 13, 2023
Should you plant double crop soybeans in Michigan?
Published on June 19, 2023
Equipping and Operating Sprayers to Control Insects and Diseases in Soybeans
Published on June 15, 2023
Identifying and correcting manganese deficiency in soybeans
Published on June 8, 2023
Causes of variable and delayed soybean emergence
Published on June 2, 2023