Published on Wednesday, September 16, 2020
What should a grower do when faced with emerged soybean planting populations that look like means for a replant situation?
Making the decision to replant a soybean field is not an easy one to make. This year in Practical Farm Research (PFR) at Beck’s, various planting populations with sporadic spacings are being put to the test to help growers answer this question.
PFR is analyzing how different emerged soybean populations impact final stands, which have an influence on yield and profitability. Join Field Agronomist, Camille Lambert, as she does a walkthrough of this study at our Henderson, Kentucky PFR location to discuss visual and physiological differences in the plot!
Author: Camille Lambert
Categories: PFR, PFR Reports