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Happy Holidays!
~From the North Carolina
Soybean Producers Associaiton
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You Have Soil Test Results. Now What?
Have you gotten your soil tested but don’t know exactly what to do with the results? View this helpful video about using the information to maximize the fertility of your soil: 
USB- "Know How to Use Your Soil Test Results" 

 
The Basics of Soil Sampling
Soil sampling is a simple process and the first thing farmers need to do for a profitable crop. Click on the link below to get the Why’s, When’s, Who’s and How’s of a well-managed soil sampling program:

USB- "Soil Sampling: It's a Simple Process"
NCSPA Participates in Wake Up to AG Day in Pasquotank & Camden Counties
The North Carolina Soybean Producers Association has an active community outreach program, participating in dozens of events each year to educate children and adults alike on soybeans, soybeans in human nutrition, the many uses of soybeans and agriculture in general. Continue to ours site to see NCSPA's participation in "Wake Up to Ag Day" in Pasquotank and Camden counties. 

 
27th Annual Commodity Conference
January 13-15, 2016
Sheraton Imperial Hotel
Durham, North Carolina

This year's NC Commodities Conference will be the joint meeting of The Small Grains, Corn, Cotton, and Soybean Associations. The conference will include vendor trade shows, commodity market outlook, commodity extension specialist presentations, annual yield awards, banquet with entertainment by the EMBERS & much more!  Registration and information can be found at www.nccommoditiesconference.com  

Also, join NCSPA for its 50th Anniversary Celebration Reception on Wednesday January 13, 2016 from 5:00-7:00 pm!
R.S.V.P to (800)-839-5775 or ncsoy@ncsoy.org
Soybean Producers Forum
February 5, 2016
Southern Farm Show
Raleigh, NC
Continue celebrating the 50th anniversary of the North Carolina Soybean Producers Association at the Soybean Producers Forum! The association will host its annual Forum during the Southern Farm Show on Wednesday, Feb. 5 from 9 a.m. - 11 a.m. in the Martin Building. The meeting will feature a 50th Anniversary Soy Production Panel: Know More, Grow More – Getting the Most From Your Soy Crop in 2016. The panel will feature Tom McKemie of Coastal Agrochemical, Mike Baker with Asgrow, Derek Potter, a Pamlico County farmer and Kevin Matthews, a Yadkin County farmer. There will also be an update on the association's new strategic direction and investment in research.
Breakfast will be served.

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