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by Jeremy Ross, Professor and Extension Agronomist – Soybean - July 8, 2022
Registration for the 2022 Arkansas Soybean College is now open. This year’s Soybean College will be held on August 10, 2022, at the Jackson County
Extension Center near Newport, AR. Sign-in for the Soybean College will start at 7:30
am, and the College will start at 8:00 am and conclude at 3:00 pm. The registration
fee is $100, and participants must be registered before the event. There will be no on-site registration the day of the event. Participants attending the Soybean College will be capped at 130 individuals.
Crop consultants, industry personnel, and producers will see current research and
demonstrations on many of the production challenges Arkansas soybean producers are
experiencing today. These demonstrations will be lead by faculty from the University
of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture. Opportunities are available for participants
to take part in hands-on demonstrations, and paid participants will receive a complementary
sweep net, hand lens, and other items. CEUs will be available for Certified Crop Advisers
and Agriculture Consultants.
Demonstration stops for the Soybean College will include:
For more information or special arrangements, contact Jeremy Ross at (501) 944-0621
Event Location: Jackson County Extension Center, 649 Jackson Road 917, Newport, AR 72112
Register for 2022 Soybean College