Double Cropped Soybeans in the South
By Dr. David L. Wright
Professor of Agronomy,
University of Florida
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This presentation will help consultants, growers and others in the agricultural industry of the South consider management techniques that need to be considered when double cropping soybeans. Management from planting to harvest will be discussed. Major topics covered are fertility, rotations, cover crop management, variety selection, row spacing and seeding rate, water needs, planting method and date, pest control and harvest considerations. This presentation will help growers consider every aspect of production and bring to mind some challenges that may be faced by growers during the growing season in the South.
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