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  1. Vol. 54 No. 6, p. 480-483
     
    Received: Jan 13, 1962
    Published: Nov, 1962


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doi:10.2134/agronj1962.00021962005400060004x

Soybean Response to Molybdenum and Lime and the Relationship Between Yield and Chemical Composition1

  1. M. B. Parker and
  2. H. B. Harris2

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Soybean seed yield, leaf N, seed protein, and seed weight were increased by application of Mo or lime on moderately acid soils. Significant positive correlations existed between seed yield and soil pH (where Mo was not applied), seed yield and leaf N, leaf N and seed protein, seed yield and seed protein, and seed yield and seed weight. No correlation existed between seed yield and soil pH when Mo was applied. A significant negative correlation existed between seed protein and oil.

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