Crop Rotation Matters
Field Report 11/9/16: Crop rotation can be a simple way to control pest, increase profits, and improve soil conditions. But, not doing so can increases the possibility of diseases, insect infestation, weeds, and nematodes that may eventually become to difficult to control. Planting any crop back to back year after year increases the potential for pests and problems to build up. You may not see these problems after one year, but eventually, something will become an issue and it may be a problem that is difficult to control. Strategically plan your crop rotations to help avoid these issues as much as possible. Continue reading to see why crop rotation is important to every farm management plan!
Dicamba Receives EPA Approval
EPA approves over the top application of new Xtendimax dicamba for use in soy & cotton. There are many restrictions that come with the approved label and requires very specific and rigorous drift mitigation measures for farmers who use the product. Continue HERE to see the restrictions and other important information on the newly approved label. 
Harvest Safety Reminders
Farm safety is always important to keep top of mind, but harvest time poses its own risks. As you’re harvesting beans this year,remember the tips from THIS ARTICLE, including a short video and information on respiratory safety, how to avoid grain bin entrapment, grain loading technique and more.
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2016 Ag Day Football Game
NC State vs. Miami
November 19, 2016

Headed to the game next Saturday? Make sure to stop by and see NCSPA in the Fan Zone and at the CALS Tailgate. There will be a chance to experience the Agri-Pride Simulator and  of course great giveaways!
The North Carolina Soybean Producers Association is a proud sponsor of the 3rd annual NCSU Ag Day Football Game!
NCSPA Annual
Fall Board Meeting
November 17-18, 2016

The North Carolina Soybean Producers Association Board of Directors will be holding their Annual Fall Board Meeting on November 17-18, 2016. The meeting will take place at the Sheraton Raleigh Hotel, in downtown Raleigh, N.C.

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