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Blacklands Counties Receive Heavy Rain from Tropical Storms Bonnie & Colin
Tropical Storm Colin delivered nearly 4 inches of rain to parts of Hyde County and surrounding counties.
North Hills Kids in Midtown Park & NCSPA
Touch A Tractor Event!
Tuesday, June 28th, 10 am- NOON
Join the Soybean Producers Association for free, fun kids activities including the Northeast Ag Expo Agri-Pride Simulator, backpacks for the kids, corn hole games and more at North Hills in Raleigh, NC! Questions? Call us at 1-800-839-5775
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Are Fungicides Worth the Cost?
This post is the 3rd article in a series reporting the results of a research project funded by NCSPA through the soy checkoff. Find out if there were any net gains in using these treatments in the article by continuing to our site.
 Missed the 2nd post in the series? Check it out HERE
Want High Yields in 2016?
Want higher yields in 2016? NCSU's Dr. Dunphy designed an experiment where he evaluated the effect of 5 different factors in a combined “Cadillac” treatment with funding from NCSPA and the soy checkoff. Read more about the experiment on our blog!
Getting the Most from Double-Crop Beans
For soybean growers who are double-cropping this year, harvest of the small grains crop & time to plant beans is nearly here. CLICK HERE TO GET ADVICE from Virginia Tech extension agronomist, David Holshouser, Ph.D., on planting and management practices to maximize the potential of double-crop soybeans.

NCSPA Annual Summer Board Meeting
July 14-15, 2016
Marriott Raleigh City Center

The North Carolina Soybean Producers Association Board of Directors will be holding their Annual Summer Board Meeting on July 14-15, 2016. The meeting will take place in the Marriott Raleigh City Center, in downtown Raleigh, N.C.
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NCSPA Now On Social Media!

The North Carolina Soybean Producers Association is now on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram! You can follow our accounts by searching N.C. Soybeans or our name and get up to date news from the association!
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