Early planting is a must to increase soybean yields. However, it is important to manage early-season weeds, insects, and diseases if producers want to see the advantages of early planting. The Agribusiness Education Program is offering an Early-season Soybean Management Clinic on June 21, 2007, at the Field Extension Education Laboratory (FEEL). During the clinic attendees will attend workshops on soybean physiology and talk about the reasons to plant early but also the importance of early-season management of weeds, insects, and diseases.
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Pringnitz, Brent A., "Early-season Soybean Management Clinic offered at FEEL" (2007). Integrated Crop Management News. 1070.
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