North Carolina Soybean Producers Association News Roundup.
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Young Professional Farmers
What sets these soybean growers apart from other young professionals?(1) They aren't looking to change employers several times in their career, (2) they are already taking charge of many, if not all, business decisions, and (3) they are well-trained and deeply knowledgeable from the start, even when they weren't sure that farming would be their career. Continue Reading
New Site of Action Lookup Tool for your Mobile Device
It is important to use multiple herbicide SOAs to effectively manage your fields to combat or prevent a herbicide-resistant weed problem on your farm. The diversification tool helps you to quickly identify the SOA of a popular herbicide brands you may be using or considering. Continue Reading
Think Narrow-Rows When Planting Soybeans
In a recent study conducted by the Iowa Soybean Association, on-farm trial research proved narrow row soybean planting can make a huge difference in yield. Continue Reading
Farmers Invited to Apply for See for Yourself Program: Deadline 4/4
Many soybeans are delivered to the elevator, but where will they go next? The soy checkoff invites farmers to find the answer to this question and learn more about the impact that U.S. soy's biggest customers make on farmers' bottom lines during this year's See for Yourself program. Continue Reading


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