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Agronomic and seed quality response by three soybean cultivars to four planting methods, four dates of planting and two seasons



Agronomic and seed quality response by three soybean cultivars to four planting methods, four dates of planting and two seasons



Agronomy Abstracts 72nd annual meeting, American Society of Agronomy: 97



Soyabean Forrest, Centennial and Bragg were sown on 15 April, 15 May, 15 June and 15 July using 4 sowing methods (drill, broadcast, 48 and 96 cm rows) during 1978-9. Grain yield was significantly affected by sowing methods, dates and yr but not by genotype. Drill and 48-cm row spacings produced 1.90 and 1.89 t grain/ha while broadcast and 96-cm methods gave only 1.69 and 1.65 t, resp. Yields from the 15 July sowing were less than half those from the 15 April sowing.

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