Webinar: Shifting From Later to Earlier Maturing Soybean Varieties

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As more growers shift to producing earlier maturing soybean varieties in North Carolina and South Carolina, there are important lessons we can learn about management from the Mid-South region where growers shifted to producing earlier maturing soybean varieties many years ago. Join us via Zoom on February 8, 2021, to hear from Extension specialists across the Mid-South with expertise on the successful transition to producing earlier maturing varieties. Webinar Shifting from later to earlier maturing soybean varieties.

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The COVID-19 pandemic has forced Extension specialists to deliver pertinent production recommendations in non-traditional formats. We are participating in a variety of virtual County Extension Meetings across the state from January through March. Details on these events are available from your local Extension agent.

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