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The 2022 Soybean Management Field Day (SMFD) for southeast Nebraska is scheduled for August 11th at the Daryl Obermeyer Farm near Brownville in eastern Nemaha County sponsored by the Nebraska Soybean Board and Nebraska Extension. It has been three years since we have had a face-to-face SMFD in southeast Nebraska so it will be good to have one in our backyard in 2022. This may be the first time this field day has had a dryland site, which will be on the Daryl Obermeyer Farm.
Sericea lespedeza has been a noxious weed for several years in the southeast corner of Nebraska and has become a noxious weed for the whole state of Nebraska. Sericea lespedeza is a prolific seed producer and birds can spread the seed. This weed has made a foothold in Nebraska, which contributed to it being named a noxious weed statewide. I
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