Project Details:

Title:
Management strategies to improve yield and profitability in soybean under different planting dates

Parent Project: This is the first year of this project.
Checkoff Organization:Michigan Soybean Promotion Committee
Categories:Environmental stress, Soybean diseases, Breeding & genetics
Organization Project Code:18-09
Project Year:2018
Lead Principal Investigator:Maninder Singh (Michigan State University)
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Information and Results

Comprehensive project details are posted online for three-years only, and final reports indefinitely. For more information on this project please contact this state soybean organization.

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Final Project Results

Optimum planting date is important for higher soybean yield, quality and profit.
Selection of longer maturity group for early planted soybean.
Seeding rate is low as 90,000 seeds/acre had no significant effect on net return.
Response to higher seeding rate under late planting conditions.
Benefits from seed treatment were limited to stand improvements.

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