On a warm, windy day in Washington County, Nathan Mueller plants a magenta-colored flag, marked “90,000” on the edge of a field where his dad, Larry, recently started planting soybeans. It’s the first of several soybean fields the Muellers are planting this spring, but this one was specifically chosen for a research trial with the Nebraska On-Farm Research Network.
Over the last 10 years, trial data from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln On-Farm Research Network has shown that soybean growers can cut back on their planting populations when planting…
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