Benefits and Utility of Bedding Systems for Improved Productivity and Profitability of Soybean Production in the Mid-South U.S.
By Dr. Trey Koger
Soybean Extension Specialist
Mississippi State University Extension Service
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This presentation will help consultants, growers, and other practitioners in the mid-South region to improve soybean productivity and profitability through the use of bedding systems in soybean production. The use of raised bedding systems helps to increase and improve the consistency of soybean yields, especially in wet years. Because the topography of the Delta region is predominately flat, drainage is critical. Bedding systems help to provide improved surface drainage and facilitate furrow irrigation. Together, these practices are helping mid-South soybean growers produce more profitable and sustainable soybean crops.
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