row planter Articles

  • Effect of row spacing and seeding rate on soybean yield

    Soybean [Glycine max (L.) Merr.] yield response to narrow row spacing has been consistently positive in the upper Midwest and new split-row planters have made narrow row soybean production feasible, yet adoption has been slow in Iowa. Wide (76-cm) and narrow (38-cm) row spacing and four seeding rates (185,000; 309,000; 432 000; and 556,000 seeds ha–1) were evaluated at three locations during ...

  • Planting field-scale research plots with the aid of gps-enabled assisted steering

    Field-scale research imposes logistical challenges to planting randomized treatment plots, even for simply designed field experiments. Planter row markers offer minimal assistance when planting randomly located strips of a treatment across a field. Accurately flagging or otherwise marking treatment plots before planting to facilitate accurate planting of the same requires time and labor during a ...

  • 2014 Soyabean Trial - Case Study

    Results of studies carried out under growth room conditions indicated that Hibrix soil amendment can provide significant increases in the growth of wheat, soybean and canola.?In the summer of 2013, a field trial was conducted using soybeans as the indicator crop to test the effectiveness of Hibrix soil amendment for increasing plant growth and productivity under field conditions. The trial was ...


    By NW Solutions

  • Conservation: It’s the right thing to do

    A fable of six blind men and an elephant originated centuries ago somewhere on the Indian continent. In it the blind men try to identify an elephant by touching only one part. According to the fable each man came to a different conclusion as to what the elephant was. The parable illustrates that though opinions may vary, there’s some truth to be found in all of them. That’s the way it ...


    By National Farmers Union

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