Hail on Soybean in Iowa

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2016-08-01
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Sisson, Adam
Mueller, Daren
McGrath, Clarke
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Licht, Mark
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This publication shows how to obtain an estimate of the potential yield loss from hail injury to soybean. It describes the methods used to quantify injury on various plant tissue, as well as soybean growth stages, which are an important part of the yield loss estimation process. Additional topics include fungicide use on hail injured crops, replanting severely injured stands, and other information regarding hail on soybean.

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