Science for Success hosting Soybean Management Webinar Series

Science for Success is hosting a three-part virtual webinar series to discuss strategies farmers can utilize to optimize soybean yield. This webinar series will feature University of Minnesota Extension Agronomist Seth Naeve, who works on soy checkoffs projects with the Minnesota Soybean Research & Promotion Council, and explore some of the many management decisions soybean farmers face throughout the growing season.

March 8: Pre-Season Maturity Group, Planting Date, and Biological Seed Treatment Choices

  • Fabiano Colet, The Ohio State University
  • Michael Plumblee, Clemson University
  • Shawn Conley, University of Wisconsin–Madison Andre Reis, University of Missouri
  • Moderated by Emma Grace Matcham, University of Florida

March 15: In-Season Fertilizer and Fungicide Applications Jeremy Ross, University of Arkansas

  • Laura Lindsey, The Ohio State University
  • Horacio Lopez-Nicora, The Ohio State University
  • Moderated by Emma Grace Matcham, University of Florida

March 22: Late-Season Desiccation Decisions Rachel Vann, North Carolina State University

  • Seth Naeve, University of Minnesota
  • Trent Irby, Mississippi State University
  • Moderated by Emma Grace Matcham, University of Florida

Webinars will take place at 12 p.m. CST on their respective dates and will last approximately one hour. Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions of the speakers through the chat during the Q&A at the end. Organizers have applied for one continuing education credit in Crop Management for each webinar for Certified Crop Advisers.

This webinar is free and open to anyone. To register for the webinar series, click here. Links to each webinar will be sent to participants via email before the event. Please contact Haleigh Ortmeier-Clarke (ortmeierclarke@ncsu.edu) with questions.

About Science for Success: Science for Success is a national team of soybean Extension Specialists from land-grant universities. We collaborate to bring you sound research information on soybean Best Management Practices (BMPs). Science for Success is funded by the United Soybean Board through the checkoff program.

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