Webinar RECORDING: Late Season Soybean Management

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Have questions about late-season insect and disease management? Nematode sampling? Want to learn about the new historical basis tool developed by NC State Extension to aid in grain marketing? Find information on these topics and beyond in this webinar recording with Drs. Wes Everman (NC State Extension Weed Specialist), Luke Gatiboni (NC State Extension Soil Fertility Specialist), Adrienne Gorny (Nematology Extension Specialist), Nick Piggott (Grain Marketing Extension Specialist), Dominic Reisig (NC State Extension Entomology Specialist), Lindsey Thiessen (NC State Extension Pathology Specialist), and Rachel Vann (NC State Extension Soybean Specialist).

Please see this recording of our webinar on these topics.

If you would like to see a webinar hosted on another soybean-related topic, please send your suggestion to Rachel Vann at rachel_vann@ncsu.edu.

Soybean fields