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Researchers compared organic and sustainable no-till cropping systems for soybeans

Soybean Research

Mechanical harvesting of edamame (PI: Tim Stombaugh)

Whole farm analysis of edamame production in Kentucky
(PI: Carl Dillon)

No-till cropping systems for organic and sustainable corn and soybean production (PI: Larry Grabau)

Optimizing variety selection and planting patterns for mechanically harvested edamame production in Kentucky (PI: Todd Pfeiffer)

Breeding soybean for edamame and organic black soybean production (PI: Todd Pfeiffer)

Breeding triple-null lipoxygenase soybean cultivars (PI: Todd Pfeiffer)

Edamame (green vegetable soybean) production systems for extended harvest (PI: Todd Pfeiffer)

Edamame production systems: Improving spring transplant production (PI: Todd Pfeiffer)

The effect of changes in seed protein concentration on seed growth characteristics of soybean (PI: Dennis Egli)

Novel management of novel soybean varieties (PI: Todd Pfeiffer)

Optimizing market quality of edamame (PI: Doug Archbold)

Testing novel soybean varieties (PI: Eugene Lacefield)

Soybean research results

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