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SPES-359NP

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Authored by Mark Reiter, Professor and Extension Soils and Nutrient Management Specialist, Eastern Shore AREC, Virginia Tech; Lorena Lopez, Postdoctoral Associate of Entomology, Eastern Shore AREC, Virginia Tech; Emmanuel Torres, Assistant Professor and Extension Horticulture Specialist, Eastern Shore AREC, Virginia Tech; Tom Kuhar, Professor and Extension Entomology Specialist, Department of Entomology, Virginia Tech; Keren Brooks, Ph.D. Student of Soils and Nutrient Management, Eastern Shore AREC, Virginia Tech; Bo Zhang, Assistant Professor and Soybean Breeder, School of Plant and Environmental Sciences, Virginia Tech; John Mason, Research Specialist, Sr. of Soils and Nutrient Management, Eastern Shore AREC, Virginia Tech; Joy Zuchel, Research Specialist, Sr. of Horticulture, Eastern Shore AREC, Virginia Tech; Helene Doughty, Research Specialist, Sr. of Entomology, Eastern Shore AREC, Virginia Tech; Joseph Haymaker, Ph.D. Student of Soils and Nutrient Management, Eastern Shore AREC, Virginia Tech; Jenny Templeton, District Conservationist, Accomac Service Center, USDA-Natural Resources Conservation Services; Chris Lawrence, State Agronomist, USDA-Natural Resources Conservation Services; David Holshouser, Professor and Extension Soybean Specialist, Tidewater AREC, Virginia Tech; Billy Taylor, Research Specialist, Sr. of Soybean Management, Tidewater AREC, Virginia Tech; and Daniel Goerlich, Associate Director of Economy, Community, and Food, Virginia Cooperative Extension

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The Eastern Shore Agricultural Research and Extension Center (AREC) holds an annual research field day to showcase the latest applied research for Virginia growers. Faculty, staff, graduate students, and summer interns facilitate the field day by demonstrating ongoing research in field plots, presenting posters, and by utilizing handouts. Handouts are included in this publication to facilitate information dissemination for those that attended field day as well as for those that could not attend in person.


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Publication Date

October 8, 2021