The 2019 – 2020 annual report containing summaries of 15 research trials in Manitoba on soybean, dry bean and field pea agronomy, and on intercropping and relay cropping with soybeans and peas.
A 5% increase in yield, a 5% decrease in costs and a 5% increase in price received will produce more than a 15% increase in net returns. The effect is cumulative, multiplicative and compounding.”
2019 was our busiest research season with 20 field trials spread across six locations in Manitoba.
It has been three years since Manitoba Pulse & Soybean Growers (MPSG) and the University of Manitoba (U of M) joined together to create the Agronomist-in-Residence program, an applied research position designed to help bridge the gap between classroom and farmers’ fields.
Digging up roots… is this part of your routine crop scouting?
The 2018 annual report, containing summaries of nine different research projects in Manitoba on soybean and dry bean agronomy, and on pulse intercropping.
What seeding date and depth maximizes soybean yield?
An update from the soybean and pulse agronomy lab following its second field season.
How late can soybeans be planted in Manitoba?
The first field season of the soybean and pulse agronomy lab at the University of Manitoba!
The beginning of the applied pulse and soybean research program at the University of Manitoba