Soybean Variety Selection
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 reduce the large list of available soybean varieties down to a workable list of varieties to consider. The problem in most states that grow soybeans is not a shortage of varieties, or of information about the varieties, but how to make sense of all the available information. Although this discussion was developed in the southeastern U.S., the points made should be equally applicable to other parts of the U.S.
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