Soybean production factors out as follows: a 50-bushel crop takes 280 pounds of nitrogen.
Learn sustainable, ecological practices for managing the soil to improve soybean quality, including soil nutrients, minerals, microbes and more, which will also increase production.
The tillage methods you use for soybeans should depend on your climate, soil type, slope, crop rotation, machinery and costs.
Structural deterioration takes place to a greater or lesser degree in almost every field, and its consequences include soil that is too silty or too compacted.
The proportion of minerals has increased in cultivated soils during our era in comparison with past eras in which consistently humid heat promoted the formation of organic soil material over huge swaths of forest for thousands of years. The ratio between the organic and mineral portions of the material has shifted, to the detriment of […]
All any farmer really wants is the best uptake of plant nutrients for his or her crops. In order to make sure crops efficiently uptake all they need, crop expert Esper K. Chandler says, “We have to reestablish the humus function of the soil, the basis for natural/organic sustainable farming.” And this means putting water […]
Ensuring your soil is ready to grow soybeans is usually an early step when determining the type of crop you want to grow.