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Inoculant Use on Soybean Seed
Agriculture and Environment Extension Publications
  • David Wright, Iowa State University
  • Andrew W. Lenssen, Iowa State University
Extension Number
PM 3042
Description

Inoculating soybeans with products containing the bacterium Bradyrhizobium japonicum is considered an inexpensive management practice to increase yield. However, yield gain from inoculants on soybean is inconsistent. This publication discusses the benefits and limitations of inoculant use on soybean.

Publication Date:
1-1-2013
Publisher:
Iowa State University Extension and Outreach
Keywords:
  • Agronomy
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Citation Information
David Wright and Andrew W. Lenssen. "Inoculant Use on Soybean Seed" Ames, IA(2013)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/andrew_lenssen/36/