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Influence of Tillage on Soybean Production in Iowa
Agriculture and Environment Extension Publications
  • David Wright, Iowa State University
  • Mahdi Al-Kaisi, Iowa State University
  • Andrew W. Lenssen, Iowa State University
Extension Number
PM 3037
Description

Tillage helps manage residue, controls weeds, incorporates soil amendments and is used extensively to prepare a seedbed for planting. However, research shows that tillage has little effect on soybean yields in Iowa. This publication identifies how no-tillage can reduce input costs without sacrificing soybean yield.

Publication Date:
1-1-2013
Publisher:
Iowa State University Extension and Outreach
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Citation Information
David Wright, Mahdi Al-Kaisi and Andrew W. Lenssen. "Influence of Tillage on Soybean Production in Iowa" Ames, IA(2013)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/andrew_lenssen/34/