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Performance of Glycine max varieties sown in June in the production of forages, integral forages and grains



Performance of Glycine max varieties sown in June in the production of forages, integral forages and grains



Cuban Journal of Agricultural Science 37(1): 59-64



The agronomic performance of four varieties of Glycine max (Cubasoy 23, INCASOY 24, INCASOY 27 and Duocrop) sown in June (rainy season) in the production of forages, integral forages and grains was studied on a typical red ferrallic soil in a split plot design with four replications. The plots had 29.4 m2 and the rows were 70 cm apart. The harvestable area was 17.5 m2 per plot.

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