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2 edition of Narrow-row soybeans found in the catalog.

Narrow-row soybeans

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by Gary E. Pepper

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Published by University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, College of Agriculture, Cooperative Extension Service in Urbana, Ill .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Plant spacing,
  • Spacing,
  • Soybean

  • Edition Notes

    Cover title.

    Other titlesNarrow row soybeans., Illinois agronomy handbook
    StatementG.E. Pepper
    SeriesCircular (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Cooperative Extension Service) -- 1161, Circular (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Cooperative Extension Service) -- 1161.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination7 p. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25072823M
    OCLC/WorldCa4252450

    Narrow row spacings (15 inches or less) for soybeans Proper planting date and seeding rate Use of insect-,disease-, and nematode-resistant varieties Insect and disease control Adequate soil fertility Adequate drainage The following are several other preventative cultural practices that help prevent weeds from becoming es-. Soybean Harvesting Equipment: Recent Innovations and Current Status Critical Factors in Soybean Seedling Emergence Engineering Mechanization Alternatives for Small Acreages in Less-Developed Countries Soil Conservation Practices in Soybean Production Equipment for Narrow-Row and Solid Plant Soybeans Soybean Damage Detection

    planting and narrow row spacings. Disease Description and Life Cycle White mould persists in soybean fields over time by production of survival structures called sclerotia. These dark, irregularly shaped bod-ies about ½-inch long are formed within the white, cottony growth both inside and outside the stem dur-ing the fall. These sclerotia contain. “They need to be careful to manage their soybeans because that may be where they make money.” In addition to planting in a timely fashion, top producing South Dakota soybean farmers also use narrow row spacing, treated seed with inoculants and insecticides, and are careful to select the right varieties.

      A major “kitchen sink” study completed by the University of Minnesota and funded with the help of the soybean checkoff found a bushel increase in yield when moving from wide to narrow row . SOYBEANS WITH THE ROUNDUP READY GENE (SOUTHEAST) - NARROW ROW, DRILLED OR WIDE ROW SOYBEANS (SEQUENTIAL) General Information USE INFORMATION Product Description: This product is a postemergent, systemic herbicide with no soil residual activity. It is generally non-selective and gives broad-spectrum control of.


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Narrow-row soybeans by Gary E. Pepper Download PDF EPUB FB2

In this episode of the “No-Till Farmer Influencers & Innovators” podcast, brought to you by Calmer Corn Heads, No-Till Farmer editor Frank Lessiter talks with John Tye, who was instrumental in creating the Tye grain drill that supported narrow-row soybean seeding.

“It was the yield advantage with narrow rows that attracted farmers and then being able to double-crop soybeans behind wheat. This means that producers in the Mississippi Delta would likely need to have two separate planters; a narrow‐row planter for soybeans and a more traditional wide row planter for corn and/or cotton.

This would increase equipment costs and affect the profitability of switching to a narrow‐row spacing in a soybean–corn/cotton cropping : Richard M. Smith, Gurpreet Kaur, John M. Orlowski, Gurbir Singh, Daryl Chastain, Trent Irby, L. Jaso. The present research was conducted to test the hypothesis that wide row soybeans will yield as much as, or more than, narrow row soybeans during years of low seasonal water supply.

‘Wayne’ soybeans were grown in 25, 50, 75, and ‐cm row widths at Castana, Iowa during the, and growing by: Thus, field experiments were designed to determine the feasibility of narrow‐row soybean production on a Colo silty clay loam (Cumulic Haplaquolls) infested with a forage sorghum [Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench] during ‐78 at Lincoln, Neb.

Forage sorghum showed competitiveness similar to shattercane without soil persistence of seed, and Cited by: 5. Narrow rows are often associated with soybean [Glycine mar (L.) Merr.] yield improvements but results have varied depending on environment, cultivars, and management effect of narrow rows in conjunction with furrow irrigation and the response of soybean cultivars with different growth habits to narrow‐row planting systems or furrow irrigation spacings have received limited.

This research also indicates that narrow row soybeans are more likely to impact the critical time of weed removal in soybean than in corn.

The objective of this article is to provide a brief review of the literature related to the effects of row spacing on late‐season weed prevalence and management in corn and soybean and to discuss the.

And the research team plans to run inch-row soybean trials, working under the assumption that farmers who switch to narrow-row corn would follow suit with soybeans.

For a full report of the trial results, download the Beck’s Practical Farm Research Book. Perspectives on Narrow Row Spacings in Corn. AGRY Perspectives on Narrow Row Spacings For Corn (Less Than 30 inches) Dr.

R.L. (Bob) Nielsen Agronomy Department, Purdue University West Lafayette, IN To meet peanut producers’ needs for an accurate and versatile planter, Great Plains has developed a planter optimized for peanut planting. The new Yield-Pro® YPA3PP Planter offers peanut producers specialized peanut discs designed to accurately meter all sizes of peanut varieties, while also having multiple seed discs that are easily changed to plant other crops, such as corn or soybeans.

The objective of this study was to evaluate differences in spray coverage in a narrow row soybean canopy at two spray carrier volumes using four spray nozzle designs that include two traditional nozzles and two label required drift reduction nozzles.

Material and methods Herbicide coverage field experiments narrow row soybeans ( and inch) were superior to soybeans produced in inch rows ($, $, and $/acre, respectively). Reported Agronomic and Economic Benefits of Narrow Row Corn Agronomic research on corn row width has been going on since at least the early.

Conventional-row soybean yields were reduced an average of 42 and 81% at pitted morningglory densities of and 40/m ², respectively, but yield of narrow-row soybeans. Yellow book for soybean aphid. Reducing herbicide rates to take advantage of narrow-row soybeans’ earlier canopy may be a viable option for growers.

See how using less than the recommended rates of herbicides with narrow-row soybeans compared favorably to using full rates. The Early Soybean Production System (ESPS) with its use of indeterminate, non-branching, early-maturing varieties is by necessity a narrow-row system of production.

Just how narrow rows should be depends on several factors. An important one is soil texture. Row width was not shown to affect beetle numbers in either study year, but a greater incidence of BPM occurred in narrow row soybeans in and Maturity Group IV soybeans in Herbicide Guide for Iowa Corn and Soybean Production Robert Hartzler, Prashant Jha This publication provides information on product and management updates, the role of preemergence herbicides in glyphosate resistant crops, corn and soybean herbicide effectiveness ratings, herbicide package mixes, and herbicide site of action and injury.

Despite all these inputs, nothing showed a better, more consistent yield increase than narrow-row soybeans compared to inch rows. “It’s not a popular topic among farmers who have gone the other way, back to in rows. The reality is that in. rows consistently deliver the most yield in the three years we tested this (),” he.

SOYBEAN WITH ROUNDUP READY GENE - MIDWEST/MID ATLANTIC - NARROW ROW OR DRILLED SOYBEANS General Information GENERAL INfORMATION (How This product Works) Product Description: This product is a postemergent, systemic herbicide with no soil residual activity.

It is generally non-selective and gives broad-spectrum control of. Damage from ground sprayers in narrow row soybeans (less than 30 in.) can be significant. Yield loss can be over four bushels per acre for both the high clearance and tractor-mounted sprayers (Table ), and can be even greater in higher-yield potential situations.

Furthermore, yield loss potential is even greater if soybean plants are lodged. Soybean (Glycine max) is the second most planted crop after corn worldwide and is the second most important source of crop revenue in South Dakota [].Research conducted in the Upper Midwest of the United States documents a consistent yield advantage, in the range of – kg ha −1, for soybean grown in narrow row spacings.

yield potential of twin-row vs. narrow- and narrow-row soybean in the midsouthern US is needed. A split-plot design experiment with treatments arranged in a randomized complete block was conducted on a Sharkey clay soil at the Delta Research and Extension Center in Stoneville, MS in Main plot was soybean variety (Asgrow and Asgrow.It was reported that narrow-row soybean had higher canopy radiation interception than wider rows (Shibles and Weber, ; Taylor et al., ), and differences in radiation interception was observed between narrow-row and wide-rows during the period from R6 (beginning seed-fill) to R7 (full seed-fill) stages (Fehr and Caviness, ).Field corn, wheat, rye and soybeans are common row crops for small farms.

Other row crops include peanuts, cotton, tobacco and sugar cane. Each crop has specific soil, water and pest control requirements, so research the alternatives thoroughly to determine which will thrive on your land.

Crop rotation planning is critical when developing a row.