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Midwest research has documented that soybeans yield better when grown in 15 inch rows. However, there are limitations; some diseases of soybean can eliminate potential yield gains. This publication discusses several factors that should be considered when growing soybean in 15 inch row widths.
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Wright, David; Lenssen, Andrew W.; and Schmitt, Virgil L., "Intermediate Row Width Can Increase Soybean Profits" (2013). Agriculture and Environment Extension Publications. 194.