Narrow rows may lift bean yield

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2012-04-01
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Lenssen, Andrew
Licht, Mark
Lenssen, Andrew
Licht, Mark
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Soybean row spacing: What is optimum for today’s production systems? Row spacing used by soybean farmers in Iowa has varied from 6 to 40 inches. What row spacing should you consider if you are contemplating buying a new planter for soybeans? Can narrower row spacing improve yield and profitability?

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This article is published as Licht, M. 2012. Narrow rows may lift bean yield. Wallaces Farmer. Farm Progress, Chicago, IL. Posted with permission.

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