Isn't it about time you've risen above the yield "wall" with no-tilled soybeans and put more money in your pocket?
When it comes to raising high-yielding soybeans, there's much to take note of — one being that the fertility needs of soybeans are more complex than originally thought, experts say. University of Illinois crop physiologist Fred Below notes 62-bushel soybeans actually need as much or more potassium and nitrogen as 230-bushel corn.
And while many no-tillers have taken a "controlled spill" approach to soybean seeding depth and spacing, University of Nebraska agronomist Jim Specht says a planting depth of 1-3/4 inches has produced maximum yields in his studies.
This 2-report soybean package let's you in on the latest tools, technologies and techniques from the industry's top researchers, agronomists and successful no-tillers for raising high-yielding no-till soybeans.