Benchmarking on-farm soybean water productivity in Nebraska
Sustainable Production
Abiotic stressField management SustainabilityWater supply
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This is the first year of this project.
Lead Principal Investigator:
James Specht, University of Nebraska
Co-Principal Investigators:
Kenneth Cassman, University of Nebraska
Patricio Grassini, University of Nebraska
Jessica Torrio, University of Nebraska
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Brief Project Summary:

It is crucial to increase water productivity, which is soybean seed yield produced per unit of seasonal water supply, to sustain soybean acreage and yields in Nebraska. The goal of this project is to develop an easy-to use framework that helps improve water use in Nebraska soybean production while maintaining, or increasing current irrigated or rain-fed soybean yields.

Unique Keywords:
#water management, #water quality & management
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