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  1. Vol. 57 No. 4, p. 397-399
     
    Received: Jan 18, 1965


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doi:10.2134/agronj1965.00021962005700040027x

Influence of Molybdenum Content of Soybean Seed and Other Factors Associated With Seed Source on Progeny Response to Applied Molybdenum1

  1. H. B. Harris2,
  2. M. B. Parker3 and
  3. B. J. Johnson2

Synopsis

Synopsis

‘Hill’ soybean seed obtained from 6 states varied in Mo content from 0.6 to 22.4 ppm. Seed from all sources except Texas contained less than 2.6 ppm and the progeny responded to Mo. Seed grown at Lubbock, Texas, contained 22.4 ppm Mo and progeny from this source did not respond to Mo.

High temperatures during the last 45 days of seed maturation of Hill soybeans were associated with poor seedling vigor in the progeny that persisted throughout the growing period and were reflected in bean yield.

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