Agronomic responses of soybean cultivars to narrow intra-row spacing in a cool region of northern Japan

Combinations of cultivar selection and management practices are used to maximize soybean yields in Japan. High plant density could increase the amount of solar radiation intercepted by the canopy and thereby increase growth and yield, but both cultivar and environment affect the response to plant density. The mechanisms underlying responses of soybean to high plant density are not fully understood. This study tested the effects of high plant density by narrow intra-row spacing on agronomic...
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