Two major soybean-growing villains — taproot decline and nematodes — will be on the agenda for the Tri-State Soybean Conference, an event that returns to Arkansas on Jan. 6.
The annual conference rotates among three powerhouse soybean production states: Arkansas, Louisiana, and Mississippi, and brings together hundreds of producers, researchers and other professionals. It will be held at the Dumas Community Center, 18 Belmont St., in Dumas, Arkansas.
The conference opens at 8 a.m. with registration and ends with lunch at 12:15 p.m. There’s no cost to attend and pre-event registration isn’t required. Continuing education units are available and those seeking CEUs can sign up at the door.