Soybeans to 10,000 in each nodule live in

Soybeans need soil fertilizer and water to stay and make better crop.
The bacteria up to 10,000 in each nodule live in compartment called
Bacteroides. They need the right type of soil to grow or they will not
grow if it is the wrong soil or they will just have a bad crop in the
soil. If u have bad ground u can spared manure in the fields (Franzen
1). Soybeans have great demand for phosphorus if soil test are medium or
below. Soybean unlike small grain canola sugar beet and corn
doers not benefit from banded phosphorus compared with broadcast
phosphorus. In the central U.S. corn belt phosphorus fertilizer commonly
is applied to corn only in a corn soybean rotation (Franzen3). Sulfur
is as important to soybeans as most other crops. The sulfur soil test
poorly predicts the chance for sulfur deficiency. (Franzen4) North
Dakota soil contains about five percent iron. In Soybeans Ferric iron is
mobile in the plant from germination through the first monooleate leaf.
if the root rhizosphere remains acidic the Fe-reducing protein
contacts oxidized iron making it available to the plant. Iron foliar
sprays generally are not effective in correcting a deficiency. The
best application to reduce IDC is ortho ortho EDDHA Fe chelate applied
(Franzen3). An effective ide prevention stagy should not rely on the
application of ortho ortho edh alone but no a comprehensive approach to
the condition. An ide tolerant variety should be selected. A three state
study several years ago found the seeding a cover crop of 1 bushel per
acre of oats or other easily killed small grain cover crop about the day
of soybeans planting can reduce excess water and take up some excess
soil N(Franzen3). The use of an oat cover crop resulted in as high as 40
bushels per acre more soybeans compared with where they were not used
at Minnesota site in a were season. Along with 12 other upper Midwest
states ndsc checkoff leverages about $200,000 in soybeans. If
not for support from you and your checkoff founds it is unlikely the
North Dakota would have grown to become one of the nation’s top
soybean-producing states we investigation if iron chelate applied to the
seed and availed to the developing plant may reduce IDC severity. when
soybeans plants develop the first or second trifoliate leave iron
deficiency chlorosis may appear in some production field. Chlorosis is
caused by the plant not being able to take up enough iron even if there
is sufficient Fe in the soil (Frenzen3). The symptoms of iron
deficiency chlorosis include leaves that are yellow in June and
sometimes in July (Franzen3). Even a small amount of yellow in the
soybeans leaves can reduce the final yield by 20 percent (Franzen3).
These data provide growers to choose the best variety for their IDC
prone fields. A second objective was to provide visual IDC screening for
approximately 100 advance NDSU breeding lines. There were 280 Roundup
ready company varieties tested as well as 60 liberty link and non
GMO company varieties tested(Franzen3). A total of 7,040 hill plots
were rated for IDC. GMO for North Dakota and western Minnesota. Yield
reductions for the late seeding of full season frost sensitive crop
such as soybeans(Franzen3). The experimental factor were variety
maturity (00.9,0.7 and 1.4) and seeding date with three and six levels,
respectively(Franzen3). The soybean traits that were determined include
flowering plant height and lodging maturity seed weight seed yield and
seed oil content(Franzen3). growing the 1.4 maturity P91Y41 variety and
high yield reductions with this variety when planted on June 23c and
later dates(Franzen3). At the central proper location there was a 6.5
bu/ac yield. The crop was 70 to 80 percent observed and 100 percent was