Kip Cullers Reviews His Lessons From Soybean College

August 3, 2011 01:00 AM
 

At Soybean College Kip Cullers says he was met with a lot of enthusiasm for soybeans. Attendees were able to ask him questions in a breakout session on the second day of the event. Here are some of the top takeaways from Kip’s session: 

·        Go home and try something different.
·        There’s really not one magic bullet. Start with the right seed and build from there.
·        Use plots, or in Kip’s case contest fields, as learning tools.
·        Walk fields regularly.
·        Dig plants to evaluate plant growth and performance of different treatment.
·        Head off problems from ever being there or get ahead of problems from becoming worse.
 
Learn more from Kip in this video:
 
 
 

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