Roundup Ready Soybean Populations
in North Carolina
By E. James Dunphy, Ph.D.
Professor of Crop Science
and Soybean Extension Specialist
North Carolina State University
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This presentation will help consultants, growers, and other practitioners in North Carolina and nearby states understand the logic behind North Carolina’s soybean population suggestions for Roundup-Ready soybeans. The numerous replicated population tests that the state’s growers have funded over the past nine years will be reviewed. Understanding why these suggestions are what they are should better enable growers and their advisors to tailor planting recommendations to their own situations and tolerance to risk of inadequate stands.
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