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  • SRP1153
    SRP1153
    2019 Kansas Performance Tests with Soybean Varieties

    Soybean performance tests are conducted each year to provide information on the relative performance of new and established varieties and brands at several locations in Kansas. 24 pages, color cover.

  • MF3462
    MF3462
    Biological Nitrogen Fixation and Soybean Productivity in the Midwest

    This study investigated the effect of nitrogen fertilizer application on biological nitrogen fixation and its implications for soybean productivity and protein concentration. The publication describes methods to measure nitrogen fixation. Biological nitrogen fixation can be improved by breeding and selection that focuses on the plant, the nitrogen-fixing bacteria, and better matching plant and bacteria. 2-page, color.

  • MF3461
    MF3461
    Double-crop Soybeans After Wheat: A Review

    Publication summarizes research on the factors that influence the yield of double-crop soybean grown after wheat. Water is a major limiting factor; other factors include the yield of the previous wheat crop, soybean planting date, and maturity group. 2-page, color.

  • MF3460
    MF3460
    Soybean Seeding Rates and Optimal Plant Densities

    Publication describes how optimal plant density depends on yield environment (high, medium, or low yield). Producers can adjust the seeding rates for soybean to reduce the risks of yield losses. 2-page, color.

  • MF3455
    MF3455
    Spatial Characterization of Soybean Yield and Quality

    This publication reports on a geographical analysis that reflects overall amino acid concentrations for soybean sourced from northern regions are lower than southern areas of the United States. 2-page, color, 8.5 x 11.

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