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  1. Vol. 56 No. 3, p. 348-351
     
    Received: Oct 19, 1963


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doi:10.2134/agronj1964.00021962005600030029x

Yield Components and Composition of Soybeans as Affected by Mechanical, Cultural, and Chemical Weed Control Practices1

  1. O. C. Burnside and
  2. W. L. Colville2

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Synopsis

Soybean yields were positively correlated (0.01) with plant height at maturity, lodging, weight of 100 seeds, seed-bearing nodes, number of pods, and number of seeds per plant, and negatively correlated (0.01) with weed yields, height of lowest pod, bushel weights, and oil percentage of seed. Weed control treatments of tillage, row spacing, and amiben had a marked effect on the characters affecting soybean yields.

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