With funding provided from Iowa Soybean Association, 15 current commercial seed treatments from 8 companies were tested at 3 locations in Iowa: ISU Northeast Research and Demonstration Farm (NERF) near Nashua; ISU Southeast Research and Demonstration Farm (SERF) near Crawfordsville, and a farmer’s field in Roland (central Iowa). According to recommended maturity groups, public variety IA2094 was planted in Nashua and IA3014 was planted in Roland and Crawfordsville. Replicated plots of 10 feet wide by 17.5 feet long were planted at each location. Seed treatments were professionally applied by the respective companies.
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Serrano, Mauricio; Wiggs, Stith N.; and Robertson, Alison E., "Evaluation of Commercial seed treatments on Soybean at Three Locations in Iowa in 2014" (2015). Integrated Crop Management News. 317.
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