• Crop and Soil Responses to Rates of Lime

    Northeast Research and Demonstration Farm

    Crop and Soil Responses to Rates of Lime

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Abstract

Grain producers in northeast Iowa are interested in the effects of liming rates on crops and soils. Currently, it is recommended that a corn-soybean rotation requires a soil pH of 6.5. This experiment was designed to determine the effects of liming rate on soil pH and a corn-soybean rotation that is under-, adequately, and over-limed according to this recommendation.

Keywords: RFR A9096, Agronomy

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Henning S., (2010) “Crop and Soil Responses to Rates of Lime”, Iowa State University Research and Demonstration Farms Progress Reports 2009(1).

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01 Jan 2010
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