Keys to Early Season Soybean Success Webinar Series – Recordings Available

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Science for Success, a national team of soybean extension specialists led by Dr. Rachel Vann, NC State’s Soybean Extension Specialist, held a 2023 webinar series for soybean producers. The content was focused on new research and materials that we have recently released. Each event included 30 minutes of farmer Q&A.

The recordings are listed below:

March 17, 2023:  When Early Planting Doesn’t  Work Out – Do I Replant, Repair-Plant or Leave This Pitiful Stand?

March 24, 2023:  What’s New In Planter Technologies?

March 31, 2023: N-Fixation and Sulfur Fertility In Soybeans

Who are we?
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. Learn more here