Hot Topics in Commodities – Soybeans
February 18, 2021 at 11:00 a.m. CST (12 p.m. EST)
The session will begin with a focus on growing soybeans in Western Canada, followed by a national markets outlook for the soybean complex by MarketsFarm experts Mike Jubinville and Bruce Burnett. To finish the session, hear about planting soybeans early, targeted to Eastern Canadian growers.
Putting Soybeans to Work on Your Farm (West)
Hear the latest results from the soybean and pulse agronomy research program at the University of Manitoba. Topics will include optimum soybean seeding dates and seed depth, impact of iron deficiency chlorosis on yield and the relative importance of environment and management practices on soybean yield and quality. Join Kristen MacMillan, M.Sc., P.Ag., CCA for this update on soybean agronomy.
Plant Soybeans Early? The Research Says Yes (East)
Mike Staton will talk about what Michigan on-farm research discovered about early planting soybeans. He’ll also talk about other finding from Michigan’s extensive on-farm soybean research program. Mike Staton is a senior soybean educator with Michigan State University Extension.
PLUS, a markets outlook for the soybean complex by MarketsFarm experts Mike Jubinville and Bruce Burnett.
Register for free below to join us on February 18, 2021 at 11:00 a.m. CST for the second presentation in our Hot Topics in Commodities series presented by The Manitoba Co-operator in partnership with Manitoba Pulse & Soybean Growers and hosted by Glacier FarmMedia journalists.
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