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Soil Test to Keep SCN Out of Your Fields
SCN causes U.S. soybean farmers $1 billion in losses each year, so it’s a good idea to take steps to protect yourself from the threat. Before planting begins is a great time to test your soil to see if you have SCN and have time to react before it becomes a problem. Farmers should also monitor their fields throughout the growing season. Visit NCSPA's website to find out more about testing for SCN. 

Improve Sustainability Throughout the Year
Want to improve sustainability on your farm? There are things you can be doing now, even before planting. Research shows that most U.S. soybean farmers are already sustainable and they implement a variety of sustainable practices on their farms. Visit our blog to check for opportunities for improvement. 
What to Consider Before Adding Technology On Your Farm
If you’re considering adding technology to your farm to take advantage of the data that can be gained from it, setting up the precision agriculture systems, software and sensors is very important. You’ll need to make sure everything is positioned well to result in accurate yield data. Continue to our site to find out the five things you need to know before you begin the process.

Drake Landing, Fuquay-Varina, NC
March 18, 2016
9:00 am-2:30 pm

Deadline for Early Registration- Tomorrow March 8, 2016
Don’t miss NC SoyPAC’s annual Sporting Clays Challenge on Mar. 18, 2016 at Drake Landing. This is a tournament for soy growers and industry professionals with all proceeds benefiting the N.C. SoyPAC, which advocates for federal policies favorable to soybean growers, and supports congressional candidates that support farmers.

Whether you’re an old pro at sporting clays or have never tried it, the Challenge is fun for all. Your registration includes: 100 clay targets and a trip around TWO COURSES, all ammunition, one golf cart per team, a catered lunch, a gift and the opportunity to win prizes.

Register now by clicking on this form, completing it and returning to the address or fax number on the form. Registration fees are $150 per individual entry or $640 per team, but fees will increase after Mar. 8, so don’t delay. We look forward to seeing you there!


NCSPA Now On Twitter!
The North Carolina Soybean Producers Association is now on Twitter! You can follow our account, NC Soybeans, to get up to date news from the association!
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