Southeast Extension on Farm Trials and Research Update.

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The Southeast Extension District is conducting a variety of research trials this year to provide unbiased agricultural research that benefits the region. A brief summary is provided to highlight the research taking place within the grain crops across the district.

  • 11 Corn variety demo sites (Agent/Area Specialized Agent led with cooperative volunteer growers, partnered with company brands)
  • 10 Bt vs non- Bt corn project locations (Supporting NC State Entomology Program/ Dominic Reisig)
  • 6 OFT Soybean Trials investigating the role of foliar fungicides protecting soybean yield (Support of NC State Extension Soybean Program/Rachel Vann and NC Soybean Association)
  • 1 Soybean Planting Date, Maturity Group, and Seeding Rate trial in Johnston County (NC State Soybean Extension Program and NC Soybean Producers Association)
  • 1 Biological Seed Treatment Trial in Johnston County (NC State Soybean Extension Program and NC Soybean Producers Association)
  • 1 Wide-Row versus Narrow Row versus Drilled Soybean Trial in Sampson County (NC State Soybean Extension Program and NC Soybean Producers Association)
  • 1 Precision verses Drilled Soybean on 15-inch row spacing in Sampson County (NC State Soybean Extension Program, NC State OVT and NC Soybean Producers Association)
  • 1 Fertilization strategies in high-yielding soybeans in Johnston County (Luke Gatiboni and NC Soybean Producers Association)
  • 2 Gypsum at R3 soybean trials. (Grower/ Area Specialized Agent led)
  • 5  NC State OVT corn and soybean sites (NC State/Ryan Heiniger)
  • 1 Irrigation site (NC State Irrigation/Chad Poole)
  • 3 Corn research sites (NC State Corn Extension Program/Corn Growers Association)

18 Fields

17 Farms

Total acres 329

Southeast Grain Locations 2022

Pinned locations

***Note-Each individual county or cropping specialist may be performing trials that are not listed. This is ongoing and for more information related to participating in on farm research please reach out to your local agent.