Soybean production is expected to rise to satisfy the increasing demand for food, biodiesel and livestock feed, both in the United States and globally. It is critical to reduce the yield gap, which is the difference between the attainable crop yield, as determined by the interactive effects of weather, soils and genetics, and the actual crop yield attained by the producer.
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Licht, Mark, "A Call to Farmers to Assist with Soybean Yield Gap Project" (2016). Integrated Crop Management News. 2329.
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