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Dairyland Seed Agronomy Cafe Webinar - PAR Research Update Soybeans

BY Dairyland Seed Agronomy Team

The second in a series of February Agronomy Cafe webinars focused on the Soybean PAR (Product and Agronomy Research) research trials with an emphasis on these studies:

  • Sclerotinia white mold update
  • Foliar Micronutrients
  • Foliar Pack

Listen to the recording here:  


 

Brian Weller
Brian Weller
Western Region
507.456.3034
Rod Moran
Rod Moran
Western Region
507.456.3034
Dan Ritter
Dan Ritter
Central Region
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Branden Furseth
Branden Furseth
Northern Region
608.513.4265
Mark Gibson
Mark Gibson
Eastern Region
260.330.8968
Amanda Goffnett
Amanda Goffnett
Eastern Region
989.400.3793
Ryan Mueller
Ryan Mueller
Eastern Region
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