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2018 Getting it Right Soybean Production Meetings Set

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Diseases, variety selection and management are among the topics that will be covered at the Getting it Right in Soybean Production meetings. (NDSU photo) Diseases, variety selection and management are among the topics that will be covered at the Getting it Right in Soybean Production meetings. (NDSU photo)
These meetings can help producers make decisions for the 2018 growing season.

Soybean producers will have an opportunity to learn about intensive soybean management at one of four

Getting it Right in Soybean Production meetings the North Dakota State University Extension Service has scheduled for Fessenden, Kenmare, Rugby and Langdon in January 2018.

“Farming is very complex, and new production information is generated annually,” says Hans Kandel, NDSU Extension agronomist. “With tight budgets, it is important for producers to gain as much knowledge as possible. These soybean educational meetings featuring research-based information can help producers with soybean production decisions for the 2018 growing season.”

NDSU Extension agents and specialists will discuss soybean research conducted in North Dakota and the outlook and production issues for 2018.

The meeting dates and place are:

  • Jan. 23, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Festival Hall, Wells County Fairgrounds, 604 Highway 15, Fessenden; for more information, contact Lindsay Maddock, agent, NDSU Extension/Wells County, at 701-547-3341 or lindsay.maddock@ndsu.edu
  • Jan. 24, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Memorial Hall, 5 3rd St. N.E., Kenmare; for more information, contact Paige Brummund, agent, NDSU Extension/Ward County, at 701-857-6444 or paige.f.brummund@ndsu.edu
  • Jan. 25, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Dakota Farms Restaurant, 308 Highway 2 S.E., Rugby; for more information, contact Yolanda Schmidt, agent, NDSU Extension/Pierce County, at 701-776-6234 or yolanda.schmidt@ndsu.edu
  • Jan. 26, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., NDSU Langdon Research Extension Center, 9280 107th Ave. N.E., Langdon; for more information, contact Anitha Chirumamilla, agent, NDSU Extension/Cavalier County, at 701-256-2560 or anitha.chirumamilla@ndsu.edu

Topics that will be covered include:

  • Local production and crop updates
  • 2018 disease outlook, including an update on soybean cyst nematodes, as well as field research results conducted in 2017 and information on how to manage soybean diseases
  • Variety selection; the latest information on various production issues, such as the importance of good root nodulation, fertility issues and water management; and the results of a soybean production survey
  • Intensive soybean management, no till and strip till versus conventional till, planting dates, plant populations and row spacing, special soybean inputs on the market and weed management issues
  • How to manage various insect pests, including spider mites and soybean aphids

The North Dakota Soybean Council is sponsoring the Getting it Right in Soybean Production programs and lunch. The council oversees promotion, research and marketing programs funded by soybean checkoff dollars.

The meetings are free of charge. Preregistration is not necessary.


NDSU Agriculture Communication - Jan. 3, 2018

Source:Hans Kandel, 701-231-8135, hans.kandel@ndsu.edu
Editor:Ellen Crawford, 701-231-5391, ellen.crawford@ndsu.edu
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