Planning for high yielding soybeans By Graham McLean CCA-ON, CCS, 4R NMS Crop Sales Specialist AGRIS Co-operative - Glencoe
Taking a closer look at what contributes to soybean yields, there are basically nine key areas to focus on. Let’s take a closer look at the production factors involved for higher yields. A current soil sample will allow for a sound agronomic recommendation by indicating which essential nutrients are required and at what rate. The latest concern is for the addition of sulphur. As levels decrease from atmospheric deposit, the soil levels will continue to decline. Sulphur is becoming an ever more essential ingredient in our soybean fertilizer blends. Larger yields remove more nutrients from our soils.
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