New world record soybean yield set in Southwest Missouri

October 15, 2007 03:15 PM

Kip Cullers of Purdy, Mo., using Pioneer 94M80's and Headline fungicide, set the world record soybean yield in 2006 with 139 bushels an acre. He says the way to get high soybean yields is to plant the best genetics for your area and protect the plants with a fungicide program. (Source: Farm Progress; 10/10/07)

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