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Soybeans: Liming and Fertilization

Publication Number: IS0873
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Soybeans grow best on soils of medium to high fertility and with favorable soil pH. Maximum yields are possible only when producers meet plant nutritional requirements and other basic production factors. Even if you use the best soybean varieties and cultural practices, your soybeans will not reach their full potential unless soil fertility is properly managed. Adequate soil fertility helps reduce risks from weather stresses, diseases, and nematodes, allowing plants to achieve maximum potential.

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Portrait of Dr. Larry Oldham
Extension Professor
Soil Health, Soil Fertility, Nutrient Management, Soil Conservation and Management, Certified Cr

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