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Category Archives: Soybean
Soybeans are subject to splitting during handling, so handle them gently. Belt conveyors, bucket elevators, and drag or mass conveyors provide the gentlest handling. But normal grain augers can be used if they are operated slow and full, and pneumatic … Continue reading
Organic soybean producers must rely on various, nonherbicidal tactics for weed management. Increased soybean seed size may be one method to increase the competitiveness of the soybean canopy. Soybean varieties Hutcheson, NC-Roy, and NC-Raleigh were separated into four or five … Continue reading
Numerous studies have shown the importance of early vigor in competitive ability of soybean, but new research from North Carolina State University suggests that seed size sorting may serve as a weed management tactic in organic soybean production. In field … Continue reading