Plan to Attend Soybean Management Field Days in 2016
1-Hour presentations rotate from 9:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. (Register at 9 a.m.)
2016 Soybean Management Field Days dates and locations are:
- Tuesday, Aug. 9 * Orchard, NE
- Wednesday, Aug. 10 * Chapman, NE
- Thursday, Aug. 11 * Cordova, NE
- Friday, Aug. 12 * Schuyler, NE
Ensuring continued competitiveness of U.S. soy in the global marketplace is integral as we look towards the future... for your profits as a producer AND for feeding a hungry world.
By the year 2020, the world's population is expected to exceed 8 billion people. The U.S. soybean industry can and will be a leader in food production and providing energy to sustain global economic growth.
By attending Soybean Management Field Days you are taking an important step in helping us meet the challenges of the future.
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Click here to learn more about the Soy 2020 Vision project.
The field days begin with 9 a.m. registration and conclude at 2:30 p.m. Free registration is available the day of the event. Dates, locations and directions are listed below. (Downloadable maps and directions coming soon!)
What will you learn about?
Learn how to profitably apply the products of technology and research at the farm level. This educational event is for you - the soybean grower and agronomic representatives supporting the soybean industry. Experts will share their knowledge and experiences as they relate to soybean production, marketing and management. Topics include:
• Impact of over irrigation
• Impact of under irrigation
• Scheduling with sensors and ET gages
• UNL Resources – Apps and Computer Models
** Pressure Regulator Testing - Are your regulators old and may need to be replaced? Bring 2 pressure regulators from each span of a pivot and we will test them during the day and send them back home with along with a report on their performance.
Soil Fertility, PPO Herbicide, and Conventional Soybean Studies
• Back to the basics on Phosphorus
• Nitrogen management, including inoculants
• Interaction between soil applied PPO herbicides and soybean seeding diseases
• Weed management without glyphosate
Grain Marketing and Farm Management
• Farm financial update
• Moving forward in uncertain financial times
• What is going go with this soybean market?
• How do I know when to sell?
Soybean Production Management Strategies Comparison
• The role of insecticidal seed treatments in insect pest management
for Successful Weed Control in Soybeans
• Spray particle sizes and how they affect pesticide efficacy and spray drift
• Know your real tank size
• Know the difference in dry and liquid ounces that are key to correct rates
from University presenters and
industry consultants. Updates on biodiesel use and markets will be provided by the members and staff of the Nebraska Soybean Board and others. Included in this year's line-up of experts are:
- Chuck Burr, Nebraska Extension Educator
- Troy Ingram, Nebraska Extension Educator
- Daran Rudnick, Nebraska Extension Agriculture Water Management Specialist - Crops
Soil Fertility, PPO Herbicide,
and Conventional Soybean Studies
- Nick Arneson, University of Nebraska–Lincoln Plant Pathology Research Technologist
- Brian Krienke, Nebraska Soils Extension Educator
- Charles Shapiro, University of Nebraska–Lincoln Soil Scientist - Crop Nutrition
- Rodrigo Werle, Nebraska Extension Cropping Systems Specialist
Grain Marketing and Farm Management
- Tina Barrett, Executive Director, Nebraska Farm Business, Inc.
- Jeff Peterson, President, Heartland Farm Partners
Soybean Production Management
- Loren Giesler, Nebraska Extension Plant Pathologist
- Tom Hunt, Nebraska Extension Entomologist
- Josh Miller, Doctoral Student, University of Nebraska–Lincoln Doctor of Plant Health and Pathology Program
- Ron Seymour, Nebraska Extension Educator – Entomologist
- Bob Wright, Nebraska Extension Entomologist
Sprayer Management for Successful Weed Control in Soybeans
- Bob Klein, University of Nebraska Emeritus Cropping Systems Specialist
- Chris Proctor, Nebraska Weed Management Extension Educator