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Soybean

ADSOY

Early, high-protein content and safe in cultivation

Benefits:

  • Maturity group 000
  • Very short growing season, very good initial development, medium height and good stability
  • Early ripening allows safe harvesting also in central and northern Germany - in southern regions cultivation as intercrop is possible
  • High to very high protein content
  • With the cultivation of ADSOY, the crop rotation can be extended
  • Within the scope of the Greening in Germany, legumes can be considered with a factor of 0.7
  • Dark navel color

Variety characteristics:

(Officially confirmed or respectively in line with Bundessortenamt)

Beginning of flowering: 2
Threshing ripeness: 3
Resistance to lodging: 7
Plant height: 4
Grain yield: 4
Thousand grain weight: 4
Crude protein content: 5
Crude protein yield: 6

bad / early / short / low
good / late / long / high

Usage:

  • Grain use
  • Nitrogen fixation
  • EFA-compliant

Agronomic features:

Weed suppression: 5
Protection against erosion: 4
Ground water protection / Nitrogen conservation: 1
Humus formation: 6
Cold- and frost resistance: 1
Drought tolerance: 7
bad / early / short / low
good / late / long / high
Type of root Tap root
Rooting depth 150 cm

Cultivation recommendations:

Recommended sowing rate 70 grains/m², approx. 110 -120 kg/ha
Sowing depth Light soils 3 - 4 cm; Heavy soils 2 cm
Sowing period As early as possible in the spring from a soil temperature of 10 ° C (from the beginning of May)
Fertilization Basic fertilization with phosphorus, potash and magnesium after nutrient removal. At 30 dt/ha yield, this is about 45 kg P2O5/ha, 50 kg K2O/ha and 15 kg MgO/ha
Crop protection Mechanical or chemical weed control. Fungicides as required.
Sowing method Sowing with a row spacing of 12 - 15 cm for a fast row closing
Harvest Mid-September to October (harvest with an ear lifter is recommended); Food soy at 14 - 18% moisture, fodder soy at 13% moisture (very deep harvest, because the pod are very low)

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Cover crop programme 2019