Assessment of Soybean Plant Population and Planting Date Impact on Performance in Western & Central North Dakota
Sustainable Production
Field management Nutrient managementSoil healthTillageYield trials
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This is the first year of this project.
Lead Principal Investigator:
Jasper M. Teboh, North Dakota State University, Carrington Research Extension Center
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Brief Project Summary:

Producers have some key decisions to make before planting soybeans, one of which is the maturity group to use when farming operations and environmental conditions allow for early planting, or prevents early planting until a later date. Delays can influence the producer's choice of seeding population, which they have to determine in order to minimize plant competition for soil water, and avoid crop water stress that is prevalent in Western North Dakota.

Completed work
This trial was conducted at Hettinger, Carrington (dryland and irrigated), Minot, and Dickinson. The Dickinson site was lost to destruction from pheasants, gofers, and drought. At Hettinger, the normal...

Unique Keywords:
#crop management systems
Information And Results
Final Project Results

Updated May 8, 2019:

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