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Webcast helps users maximize soybean yield in double cropping systems

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While double-cropping has its advantages, double cropping soybeans can yield less than full-season plantings.

In the latest Focus on Soybean webcast, “Increasing Double-Cropped Soybean Yield,” David Holshouser, associate professor and Extension agronomist at Virginia Tech, offers practical management tips to increase soybean yield planted after small grain harvest.

Holshouser’s presentation specifically covers the main differences between full-season and double-cropped soybean and includes recommendations to enhance double-cropping advantages and minimize disadvantages.

By the end of this talk, growers and consultants will better understand practices and techniques that will improve double-cropped soybean production.

This 20-minute webcast is open access through Sept. 30. Viewers can also opt to see a 5-minute executive summary version. This shorter executive summary version is permanently open access courtesy of the United Soybean Board.

Other Focus on Soybean presentations can be viewed at www.plantmanagementnetwork.org/fos.

Date: 7/1/2013



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