Inter-row cultivation in soybean
Young soybean crops are vulnerable to weed competition, especially if spring weather is cool. Inter-row cultivation is one of the practices used to tip the balance in the competition between the crop and weed flora in favour of the soybean
Balešević Tubić, S., Miladinović, J., Đorđević, V.,
Miladinov, Z., Vasiljević, M.
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Inoculation of soybean seed
The soybean, like all legume crops, hosts the nitrogen-fixing nodule bacteria. In soy, this is Bradyrhizobium japonicum that does not naturally occur in European soils. Careful seed or soil inoculation is required so that the developing plant root is colonised by this bacterium.
Von Beesten, F., Miersch, M. and Recknagel, J.