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Agronomy: 9 Basics for Top Soybean Yields

Producing 87-bushel soybeans despite a dry 2013 August comes naturally for three University of Wisconsin-Madison agronomy graduate students. “High yields are our job,” say Adam Gaspar, David Marburger and Ethan Smidt in Arlington, Wis. This year they reached 90 bushels.

They support state Soybean Extension Specialist Shawn Conley, University of Wisconsin-Madison, as graduate research assistants. They apply small-plot research results from different management practices to large field-scale settings. The following, in order of priority, are the basics of their high-yield program:

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Susan Winsor is a writer with Corn & Soybean Digest.

This article originally appeared in Corn & Soybean Digest and has been reposted with permission.


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