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Keith Whigham, Iowa State University

Start Date

30-11-2000 12:00 AM

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Soybean production depends on numerous environmental variables including rainfall, sunshine, day length, and temperature. They also depend on soils and soil characteristics, which provide nutrients and other inputs to the plants. There are also numerous factors that are controllable, such as: variety selection, tillage, planting date, row spacing, plant population, and nutrients. All of these factors influence where and when soybeans are produced and the regions of the world that produce more soybean than other regions.

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Nov 30th, 12:00 AM

Recommended Practices for Soybean Management

Soybean production depends on numerous environmental variables including rainfall, sunshine, day length, and temperature. They also depend on soils and soil characteristics, which provide nutrients and other inputs to the plants. There are also numerous factors that are controllable, such as: variety selection, tillage, planting date, row spacing, plant population, and nutrients. All of these factors influence where and when soybeans are produced and the regions of the world that produce more soybean than other regions.

 

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