2021 Michigan Soybean On-Farm Research winter meetings

Results from the on-farm research projects will be presented at four Zoom meetings in January 2021.

Soybean harvester
Harvesting a 2020 row spacing trial in Tuscola County. Photo by Mike Staton, MSU Extension.

The results from the 2020 on-farm research projects conducted by the Michigan Soybean On-farm Research program (formerly known as SMaRT), a partnership between Michigan State University Extension and the Michigan Soybean Committee, will be presented at four Zoom meetings in January 2021. The same content will be presented at all four programs. We are offering the program at several different dates and times to give producers and agronomists alternatives for participating in the Zoom meeting.

Click on the date and time below to register for that program.

Participants will learn how various management practices and products impacted soybean yields and income in the 2020 on-farm research trials. Martin Chilvers, Michigan State University Extension field crop plant pathologist, will present the latest MSU soybean disease management research results and recommendations.

Time has been allocated for input, questions and open discussion regarding the information presented at the program and future Michigan Soybean On-farm Research projects. This program has been approved for two pesticide applicator recertification credits.

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