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Summer Outreach Activities
The North Carolina Soybean Producers Association has conducted numerous community outreach events this summer, reaching almost a thousand children at our regular Meet the Farmer event at Marbles Kids Museum, four agritourism farms around the state and multiple summer camps, mostly through extension offices. Laura Rogers, the association’s Community Outreach Coordinator has traveled to over 30 counties in N.C. this summer alone.  Continue Reading about Rogers' summer activities and plans for the fall. 
Ending Hunger In Our Lifetime?
At the United Nations Third International Conference on Financing for Development, the Food and Agriculture Organization director-general,  José Graziano Da Silva, stated that the upcoming generation has the prospect to become the first “Zero Hunger Generation” in history.  Continue Reading, and find out the predictions, and how the North Carolina Soybean Producers Association is doing their part in the fight against hunger. 
Think You May Have SCN?
Soybean cyst nematode is prevalent in North Carolina and is the number one soybean disease in the U.S., resulting in yield losses of more than 100 million bushels per year across the country. Continue Reading to find out the signs and symptoms of SCN, as well as to get tips on how to manage it. 
Soybean Looper Insecticide Recomendations 
Dr. Dominic Reisig, Associate Professor and Extension Specialist in Entomology at N.C. State University has made some changes to his recommendations regarding the best insecticides to use for soybean looper based on spray trials in recent years. Continue Reading to see what Dr. Reisig now recommends!
Research Coordinator Position

The association is now advertising to hire a Research Coordinator. Applications will be accepted until October 7, 2015.  Visit our website to see full job description, or find it and apply at 


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