Managing for Profit
A new way for Midwestern soybean farmers to fight an emerging insect
September 14, 2021 By Kellan Heavican Filed Under: Agriculture, Agronomy, Crops, Crops, Managing For Profit, Nebraska, Soybeans
The discovery of soybean gall midge in 2018 is leaving researchers and producers will little information to protect crops, but a new study shows certain tilling practices could greatly decrease the impact from the insect.
In this Managing for Profit, a University of Nebraska-Lincoln Assistant Professor discusses how ridge tilling or hilling soybeans can improve soybean health and maximize yields at harvest.
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