​​​​​Limitations of Soybean Yield

June 2016 | 11 min., 39 sec.
by Laura Lindsey
The Ohio State University

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​With fluctuations in the price of soybean grain, there is interest in factors that reduce soybean yield. This presentation will help consultants, growers, and other practitioners in the Eastern Cornbelt identify yield-limiting factors in soybean production. Specifically, this presentation will discuss soybean planting date, soil fertility, and soybean cyst nematode. Recommendations will be given to reduce the effect of yield-limiting factors and increase soybean yield.

About the Presenter

Laura LindseyLaura Lindsey is the soybean and wheat Extension state specialist at The Ohio State University. She received her BS and MS in Soil Science from Ohio State and her PhD in Crop and Soil Sciences from Michigan State University. In her current position, Laura works closely with farmers and Extension educators to increase soybean and wheat yield while maintaining economic and environmental sustainability.

Contact Information:
Email: lindsey.233@osu.edu


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