August 16, 2022
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Focus on Soybeans webcast series now available in shorter format

To make the most of every acre, U.S. soybean farmers need the latest production research and management information. One thing that can help them get it is the soy checkoff-funded “Focus on Soybeans” webcast series. And with the new, quicker summary versions, U.S. soybean farmers can get the latest information they can use on the farm in five minutes or less.

The soy checkoff-funded “Focus on Soybeans” webcast series is available in shorter format. Although the shorter format provides more convenience for some farmers, the full-length versions still remain available for farmers who prefer the longer format. The full-length versions include more science-related information.

“The webcasts provide valuable information to help soybean farmers better manage pests, diseases and other crop stresses,” says Jimmy Sneed United Soybean Board (USB) communications chair and Hernando, Miss., soybean farmer. “They also bring to U.S. soybean farmers new developments in production practices, irrigation management, seeding rates, seed-quality preservation and others that are included in the series, too.”

The webcast series, developed by Plant Management Network (PMN) in partnership with the soy checkoff, feature updates on applied and practical soybean research projects. On the last Monday of each month, the soy checkoff posts new webcasts to their website accessible via the “Focus on Soybeans” sign on the homepage. All U.S. soybean farmers have free access to the full-length webcasts for two months. The five-minute summary versions will be accessible at all times.

The soy checkoff has funded “Focus on Soybeans” since 2010, providing access to 12 webcasts per year.

Source: USB

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