Registration extended for the 2022 Michigan soybean on-farm research updates

Results from the 2021 Michigan on-farm research projects and the latest MSU nutrient management recommendations will be presented at three programs conducted around Michigan on Jan. 19, 20 and 21.

Mike Staton presents at soybean meeting
2019 soybean on-farm research update meeting in Caro. Photo by Mark Seamon, MSC.

The registration deadline for the three remaining Michigan Soybean On-Farm Research Updates has been extended to noon on Monday, Jan. 17, 2022. All three programs take place next week and will cover the results from the 2021 Michigan on-farm research projects. All programs will begin at 9 a.m. and end with a complimentary lunch. The dates and locations for the programs are listed below:

  • Jan. 19, Wagon Wheel American Grill, 7888 E. Grand River Ave., Portland, MI 48875
  • Jan. 20, GreenMark Equipment, 16700 Heimbach Rd., Three Rivers, MI 49419
  • Jan. 21, AgroLiquids, 3055 M-21, St. Johns, MI 48879

Participants will learn how various management practices and products impacted soybean yields and income in the 2021 Michigan soybean on-farm research trials. Kurt Steinke, Michigan State University Extension soil fertility specialist, will present his latest soil fertility research and nutrient management recommendations for soybeans in 2022.

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 one pesticide applicator recertification credit.

The Michigan Soybean Checkoff program is covering all costs. However, pre-registration is requested to ensure an accurate count for lunch and materials. Please call the Michigan Soybean Committee office in St. Johns at 989-652-3294 or register online. Please register by noon on Monday, Jan. 17.

Register for 2022 Michigan Soybean On-Farm Research Updates

This article was produced by a partnership between Michigan State University Extension and the Michigan Soybean Committee.

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