In general, around the Wolsey area, soybeans in the 1.4 to 1.8 maturity performed the best. This is a little shorter than what is normally our best yielding soybeans. The early frost in mid September hurt yield on fuller season soybeans in some cases. I don't believe we need to move away from planting a 2.0 maturity soybean, but this illustrates that it is a good practice to plant at least two, if not three different maturities of soybeans. Early planted soybeans that were treated around R2 with a combination of a fungicide, micro nutrient, or insecticide showed a nice yield response. Seed treatments at planting paid huge dividends with wet, cool soils. There was a considerable difference in live stand between treated and untreated fields. And finally, the new Roundup Ready 2 Yield varieties have been performing very well across multiple maturities. Growers should talk to their local agronomists for specific recommendations on varieties and check the website for local plot results.