Many factors converge in determining the final yield tally of the soybean crop each year, but choosing the highest yielding variety for your area is a good place to start. How do you know which is the highest yielding? Well, on-farm performance is a good indication, but it pays to compare what else is available.
In this episode of the Soybean School, Horst Bohner, soybean specialist with OMAFRA, explains how to get the most out of www.gosoy.ca, why you need to plant at least three (or more) varieties on your farm and why staggering maturity dates can pay off if you’ve got the opportunity.
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