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Soybeans

January 21, 2020

NO STATE FAIR EXHIBIT
Completed record sheets/manuals are due into the Extension Office on or before June 29, 2020, 4:00 PM. No records, or late/incomplete record sheets/manuals will result in an exhibit being considered for EXHIBITION ONLY—NO PLACING.

DIVISION I
1. Complete three of the following activities: 1, 2, 3, or 13 in the 4-H Soybean Manual.
2. Have your soil tested (recommended).
3. Follow approved practices.
4. You are to exhibit eight (8) stalks without roots (cut off at ground level) and two (2) stalks with bare roots (roots still attached) for a total of 10 plants to be mounted on a plywood board, hanging with the roots up and top of plant down. Or exhibit a "suggested exhibit" for your Division from the Soybean Manual.

DIVISION II
1. Complete two of the following activities: 4, 7, or 14 in the 4-H Soybean Manual.
2. Have your soil tested (recommended).
3. Follow approved practices.
4. Exhibit a "Suggested Exhibit" for Division II from the Soybean Manual.

DIVISION III
1. Complete two of the following activities: 5, 6 or 14 in the Soybean Manual.
2. Have your soil tested (recommended).
3. Follow approved practices.
4. Exhibit a "Suggested Exhibit" for Division III from the Soybean Manual.

DIVISION IV
1. Complete two of the following activities: 9, 10, 11 or 12 in the Soybean Manual.
2. Have your soil tested (recommended).
3. Follow approved practices.
4. Exhibit a "Suggested Exhibit" for Division IV from the Soybean Manual.

DIVISION V AND ADVANCED
1. Grow at least 5 acres of soybeans each year, using cultural practices described in current AY (agronomy) publications available in the County Extension Office. Keep accurate records, using the Noble County 4-H Crops Record.
2. Exhibit eight (8) stalks without roots (cut off at ground level) and two (2) stalks with bare roots (roots still attached) for a total of 10 plants to be mounted on a plywood board, hanging with the roots up and top of plant down; or one gallon of soybeans you harvested within the past year.

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