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17
Nov
2011
2011 Arkansas Soybean Research Conference Slated for December 13
Author: Jeremy Ross, Extension Agronomist - Soybeans

The 2011 Arkansas Soybean Research Conference sponsored by the Arkansas Soybean Promotion Board will be held on Tuesday, December 13, 2011, at the Grand Prairie Center in Stuttgart, AR.  The Grand Prairie Center is located next to Phillips Community College at 2709 Highway 165 South, Stuttgart, AR 72160.  Registration will begin at 8:00 a.m. with presentations beginning at 8:30 a.m.  Lunch will be provided following the presentations and CEU’s will be available.  The agenda for the conference is listed below.

Please RSVP to jross@uaex.edu by December 9, 2011 for a headcount for lunch.  If you have any questions, contact Jeremy Ross at jross@uaex.edu or 501-944-0621.

1.Larry Purcell – Professor/Altheimer Chair for Soybean Research, University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture‘Soybean Stress Effects on Yield – Timing, Seed Number, and Seed Size’ (30 minutes)
2.Gus Lorenz – Professor & IPM Coordinator, University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture‘Insect Pest Management in Soybean’ (30 minutes)
3.Nathan Slaton – Professor & Director of Soil Testing, University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture‘Soil Testing and Fertilization Practices for High Yielding Soybean’ (30 minutes)
4.Pengyin Chen – Professor, University of Arkansas of Arkansas Division of Agriculture‘U of A Soybean Breeding Update’ (30 minutes)
5.Kristofor Brye – Professor, University of Arkansas of Arkansas Division of Agriculture‘Long-term Effects of Alternative Management Practices in a Wheat-soybean, Double-crop Production System’ (30 minutes)
6.Jeremy Ross – Assistant Professor, University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture‘2011 Soybean Crop – A Look Back at What Happened’ (30 minutes)
7.Lanny Ashlock – Arkansas and Mid-South Soybean Promotion Board Coordinator & Assistant VP for Special Programs, University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture‘Research Update and Edamame Project’ (15 minutes)
8.Todd Allen – Chairman Arkansas Soybean Promotion Board‘Update from the Arkansas Soybean Promotion Board’ (15 minutes)

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