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How soybeans grow. Understand and managing their development



How soybeans grow. Understand and managing their development



Crops and Soils Magazine 35(7): 11-15



The indeterminate, determinate and semi-determinate types of soyabean are described with regard to vegetative growth and flowering on the basis that a grower who understands these aspects will make better management decisions.

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