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National project looks at maximizing soybean yields through managed inputs

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ST. PAUL — Increasing commodity prices have placed tremendous pressure on farmers to increase their total production; however, land and input costs continue to rise in parallel with grain prices. These increased costs, prices and risks have changed the landscape for crop management.


By Seth Naeve

University of Minnesota Extension

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