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Thesis (M.S.)--University of Nebraska--Lincoln, 1955. Department of Agronomy.
This investigation was conducted in 1953 to study interrelations of varieties, row spacings, and nitrogen levels in soybeans. The characteristics studied were yield, height, lodging, maturity, seed size, seed quality, protein, and oil. The objective was to obtain basic information concerning cultural practices involved in growing soybeans under irrigation in Central Nebraska. The test was designed so that cultural practices which affect soybean performance most could be detected and incorporated into later experiments for further study. Experimental data on which to base recommendations of the most profitable cultural practices to growers in the Central Nebraska area are lacking.
Advisor: Donald Grant Hanway.