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Relationship of plant moisture status to irrigation need in corn and soybean crops

John S. Boyer

Relationship of plant moisture status to irrigation need in corn and soybean crops

final report

by John S. Boyer

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Published by Unversity of Illinois, Water Resources Center in Urbana .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Illinois.
    • Subjects:
    • Corn -- Water requirements.,
    • Soybean -- Water requirements.,
    • Irrigation -- Illinois.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesRelationship of plant moisture status ...
      StatementJ. S. Boyer.
      SeriesWater resources report ; no. 60
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD1694 .A136 no. 60, SB191.M2 .A136 no. 60
      The Physical Object
      Pagination35 leaves :
      Number of Pages35
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4857267M
      LC Control Number75622405

      A decrease in water resources, as well as changing environmental conditions, calls for efficient irrigation-water management in cotton-production systems. Cotton (Gossypium sp.) is an important cash crop in many countries, and it is used more than any other fiber in the world. With water shortages occurring more frequently nowadays, researchers have developed many approaches for irrigation.


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Relationship of plant moisture status to irrigation need in corn and soybean crops by John S. Boyer Download PDF EPUB FB2

Corn at the beginning dent stage needs 5 inches of water to reach maturity (Table 1). Using the silt loam soil from above, the example field would have enough water to reach maturity and have an estimated inches to spare if the corn is beginning to dent now ( inches).

Estimated Reading Time: 3 mins. requiring crops after barley, spring wheat, or soybeans may provide ~2 inch of moisture Avoid corn after corn or after sunflower. Small grains will be less risky than corn or soybeans in soils with little or no stored moisture If winter recharge is good and early spring rains refill the profile, a Author: Myrna Friedt.

Summary of Irrigated Soybean Research in Michigan SMaRT Soybean Facts 2 Summary Based on the three years of data, it appears that maximizing soybean yields in Michigan is dependent on maintaining adequate soil moisture beginning at full bloom.

Farmers will be better able to implement site-specific management practices when they understand the causes of spatial and temporal variability of corn (Zea mays L. ) and soybean [Glycine max (L. ) Merr.

] yield in their objectives were to determine if a data set containing 20 soil and terrain variables could explain spatial yield variability better than a subset of seven more easily Cited by:   Kernel moisture content at physiological maturity is around 32 percent.

Corn kernels that remain in the field due to lodged corn situations increase the problem of viable kernels causing volunteer corn plants the next growing season resulting in potential corn rootworm infestations in two years for those growers following a corn-soybean rotation.

achieved for corn, but not for soybean. Keywords. Microirrigation, Drip, Canopy Temperature, Yield, Water Use Efficiency INTRODUCTION A reliable automated, real-time irrigation scheduling and control system would have obvious advantages that include lower labor costs and lower plant stress levels, and that could include lower water use or.

A soybean plant grown without competition from other plants will branch profusely and develop into a large plant increasing the number of plants in a given area (plant density) increases plant height and lodging tendencies, reduces branching and pod number per plant, but allows more pods and beans per unit are up to an optimum plant density.

Relationship of plant moisture status to irrigation need in corn and soybean crops book   The USA accounts for 38 and 35 of global maize and soybean production, producing a respective and 84 Mt of these crops annually. More than 85 of those totals are produced in the north-central region known as the Corn Belt, where continuous maize and 2-year maizesoybean rotation are the dominant cropping systems.

predict the potential yield for corn and soybean at various growth stages in the season. Included in the analyses were aerial images, yield monitor data and soil grid sampling.

The. relationship. Plant Prod. Sci. 15(4): () Received 24 August Accepted 3 February Corresponding author: A. Isoda (isoda, fax ). Soybean Cultivation on Desert Sand Using Drip Irrigation with Mulch Yosuke Miyauchi 1, Akihiro Isoda. Twenty sensor nodes with the bendable antenna mount we developed were installed in research fields in season.

Soil moisture status in corn, soybean, cotton, and switchgrass crops were continuously monitored. Soil moisture data and weather data were collected within one hour interval, and used in irrigation scheduling. Results showed significant effect of both tillage and cover crops on soil moisture and infiltration rates during soybean production.

Average soil moisture content in the 015 and 1530 cm soil depths was and higher in the CT than in the NT system, respectively. Cover crops increased soil moisture in 030 cm depth by 3 to 5.

Soybean Plots 20 Relationships Between Key Weather Variables 21 Cultural practices used to grow the corn and soybean crops were typical of those used in east-central Illinois. At maturity the crops were harvested and final grain yield was determined. Additional studies need to be conducted to determine the cause of the response of corn to.

Previous investigations have demonstrated a response in soybean [Glycine max (L. ) Merr. ] yields to supplemental water applications during reproductive development, but few have described the effects of irrigation during different development periods on fruiting patterns and vegetative development in relation to les included in this field experiment were four moisture regimes.

Zhang et al. [] monitored, at the farm scale, maize water stress using RGB and thermal images. The study of Crusiol et al. [] dealt with the evaluation of the water status of soybean plants.

The yield of important crops, such as corn, soybean, and wheat (Triticum aestivum L. ) cultivated in non-diverse cropping per hectare and adjusted to moisture contents of (corn), (soybean), and g kg 1 (wheat). Corn silage weights were adjusted to g kg1 moisture content.

A number of crops need less water than grass, a number of crops need more water than grass and other crops need more or less the same amount of water as grass.

Understanding of this relationship is extremely important for the selection of crops to be grown in a water harvesting scheme (see Chapter 6, Crop Husbandry). As many Wisconsin farmers are taking prevented plant payments for their insured corn or soybeans acres, they are asking what they can use for cover crops on these acres.

Traditional cover crop seed is hard to find this year with all the prevented plant acres in the region and farmers already have corn andor soybean seed.

Thus the question. Coarse (Sandy) Below You might notice that the fine soil type has a wider moisture content zone where no irrigation is needed than the others.

This is because fine, clay-like soil does a better job of retaining moisture than loamy or sandy soils. Its important to note that this is a guideline, not a hard and fast rule. Step 4: Plant Cover Crops that Winter-kill Plant a low carbon:nitrogen (C:N) cover crop mix after soybean and before corn.

The cover crops you plant before corn should scavenge N in the fall but not tie up N the following season when the corn needs it. The disadvantage of the oatsradish mixture is that you need to plant it by mid-September in. Soybean is a legume, and, if properly inoculated, can use the nitrogen gas (N 2) in the atmosphere for plant growth via fixation in the amount of fixation that takes place is related to the amount of nitrate-nitrogen (NO 3-N) in the general, the amount of N fixed increases as the amount of NO 3-N in the soil soil NO3-N is high, the amount of N fixed in the.

Plant mass appeared to be a better indicator for final yields in both corn and soybean fields. However, plant mass was negatively correlated to final plant soybean yield.

Tissue analysis showed some stress in the field, but there was no indication of the cause of the stress or whether it could be alleviated by fertilizer applications. Corn planting window to achieve 98 yield potential (Corn and Soybean Field Guide, IPM).

Some possible solutions to the problems associated with wet soils include minimizing or eliminating tillage. To switch to a minimum tillage plan, perform only those tillage operations that are necessary, for example, field leveling, weed control.

Growing soybean after corn resulted in about 5 bushel higher yield compared to growing soybean after soybean. Crop rotation is important. An established soybean plant stand ofplants per acre is recommended.

On average, of planted seeds did not result in an established soybean plant. young soybean plant that is bitten off at the main stem will produce branches if the damage occurs above at least one axillary bud (Figure 9).

However, repeated damage on a soybean plant significantly affects yield. The information presented below about corn and soybean plant development was adapted from Nielsen (), Ritchie et al. ( a. For example, a bushel-per-acre corn will remove pounds per acre N, 56 pounds per acre P 2 O 5 and 41 pounds per acre K 2 0.

At current fertilizer prices, total N, P and K nutrient value in the grain would be about per acre. Likewise, a bushel-per-acre soybean crop will remove pounds per acre N, 32 pounds per acre P 2 O 5 and.

corn hybrids were planted between late April and mid-May in 8-row (cm row spacing) by m long plots at approx-imately seeds ha Soybean in the soybeancorn rota-tion was planted in early to mid-May.

Except for N fertilizer application rates, both corn and soybean were produced using production practices typical to the area.

Shrinking Corn Crops and Soybean Exports. The crop updates for June showed smaller corn supplies and soybean demands. The news has the corn market back on an upward swing, while soybean prices remain relatively steady.

USDA has been concerned about the lack of planting progress for corn throughout the planting season. Soybean seeds need to be planted deep enough to get good seed-to-soil contact and shallow enough that they dont expend more energy to get out of the ground than necessary-usually about 3 4 to 1 1 4 inches deep.

If using a pre-emergence broadleaf herbicide (especially a metribuzin), a depth of 1 1 2 to 2 inches deep is recommended to decrease the likelihood that the soybean. The same corn variety was grown at each location.

There were 6 trials where the corn experiment was preceded by soybean, 5 trials where corn followed corn, and 1 trial where corn followed cereal rye planted after a watermelon crop. Similar trials were conducted in.

The newly formed Soybean seeds contain about 90 moisture. As the Soybean seeds fill with food, moisture content decreases to about. When Soybean seeds are mature (filled), the moisture content is and the pods and stems of the plant are yellow or brown.

Subsoil moisture supplies rated 4 percent very short, 14 short, 78 adequate, and 4 surplus. Corn planted was 78 percent, ahead of 71 last year. Extension Soybean Specialist Shaun Casteel reminds farmers that treated soybean seed that cannot be returned to the seed dealer is a suitable cover crop source after checking to make sure the GMO-traited seed soybean varieties are approved for cover crops.

Farm-stored, treated soybean seed saved for planting will have reductions in. Figure 12 Salinity profiles in sweet corn under drip, sprinkler and furrow irrigation methods (Goldberg et al.

) Figure 13 Direction of salt flow and salt accumulation in furrow irrigation. The zone of maximum salt accumulation is in the top of the ridges. Figure 14 The pattern of salt build-up depends on bed shape and irrigation method. In our past article about early season soybean irrigation, we shared some thoughts on soybean water needs from planting through vegetative recap, if youre planting into dry conditions, you might need to apply some water to aid germination.

Between soybean emergence and beginning R3 growth stage, yield reductions start when soil water deficits are in excess of. Corn Field Scout app for iOS (full version) Product Code: IDC-APP. This is the perfect in-field reference that takes the popular Corn and Soybean Field Guide to the next level.

Purdue University specialists created this comprehensive, science-based app to help you effectively manage More at the App Store. Planting green refers to no-till planting of primary crops into actively growing cover crops.

This practice can be used when planting a grain crop such as corn or soybeans into a cover crop. This contrasts with planting into a cover crop that was killed 2 or 3 weeks before planting at a time that cover crop growth is exploding.

Figure 3 shows the relationship between the change in soybean planted acreage from the Prospective Plantings estimate to the final estimate and the deviation from average for U.

corn acreage planted late over through As expected, there is an overall positive relationship between late corn planting and soybean planted acreage changes. For most cereal crops, seeding after May 1 can result in a to percent potential yield loss per day.

Therefore, using an average of one percent translates into potential yield losses of 30 percent by seeding cereals on May 30 instead of May 1. Canola was even higher at percent potential yield loss per day after May 1, while flax was.

Goals Objectives Goal:To understand crop responses to multiple environmental factors and to develop decision support systems that can assist farm and policy managers for effective natural resource ives Develop screening methods for plant vigor, and for low and high temperature injury in rice, cotton and soybean crops Provide a database for conventional and transgenic.

Karasahin, M. Effects of different irrigation methods and plant densities on nitrogen and irrigation water use efficiency in silage corn production. Crop Res.47, 33– [Google Scholar] Tollenaar, M.; Lee, E.A.

Yield potential, yield stability and stress tolerance in maize. Field Crop. Res.75, – [Google Scholar]. After all, it's already June 21 and it is getting late to plant soybeans—and it's definitely too late to plant corn. If you choose the prevented planting option you will get 60% of your crop insurance revenue guarantee.

HOT TOPIC: Cover crops and prevented planting dominated conversations at the Farm Progress Hay Expo June at Waukon.is a platform for academics to share research papers.