This past crop season was a good year for soybean production across the state. The weather cooperated and yields were high. However with the lower soybean prices, intensive management practices become more important to produce a successful crop. Several OSU Extension state specialists will be spending the day on Thursday, February 21 in Hardin County to share information with farmers in a small group hands-on workshop being held at the OSU Extension office, 1021 W Lima Street in Kenton. The workshop will begin at 9:00 am and conclude by 3:30 pm. This soybean workshop is open to soybean producers from across Ohio.
Soybean Production Management Strategies: Dr. Laura Lindsey, Soybean/Wheat Extension Specialist;
Soybean Weed Management Update: Dr. Mark Loux, Extension Weed Specialist;
Soybean Disease Management: Dr. Anne Dorrance, Field Crop Extension Pathologist;
Breaking yield barriers through soybean breeding and variety trial programs: Dr. Leah McHale, Soybean Breeding and Genetics Specialist;
Soybean Insect Management: Dr. Kelley Tilmon, Field Crop Extension Entomologist;
Soybean Fertility Update: Dr. Steve Culman, Soil Fertility Extension Specialist.
In addition to the great presentations throughout the day, participants will receive a soybean management notebook that will include several useful management publications such as:
The Ohio Agronomy Guide or Weed Control Guide, Profitable Soybean Disease Management in Ohio, Ohio Corn, Soybean, Wheat, and Alfalfa Guide, and Stink Bug of Ohio Soybean Field Guide.
CCA and other continuing education credits are pending.
PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED. $35.00 per person. Registration deadline is Thursday, February 14. Registration is limited to 25 people.
The following link will connect you to online registration: go.osu.edu/hardinsoybean
(Includes lunch, books, and handouts) Make checks payable to OSU Extension – Hardin County and pay at the door.
Questions please call Mark Badertscher at 419-674-2297 or email email@example.com