Online searchable database for the 2015 Michigan Soybean Performance Report is available
The online searchable database is an easy way to quickly view and sort the results from the 2015 Michigan Soybean Research Report.
December 30, 2015 - Author: Mike Staton, Michigan State University Extension
Selecting the best adapted soybean varieties for your farm is one of the most profitable decisions you will make, and the 2015 Michigan Soybean Performance Report is an essential source of information. Producers and agronomists have three options for viewing the report online: download a PDF file of the entire report, select and download specific tables from the report and create specific searches using the online searchable database. The first and second options are available the Michigan State University Variety Trials website, and the first and third options are available the Michigan Soybean Performance Report searchable database.
The Michigan Soybean Performance Report searchable database is the most interactive of the three options. It enables soybean producers to input specific search criteria such as trial location, soybean cyst nematode resistance, Phytophthora resistance, company and maturity. The highest-yielding varieties having the selected characteristics will be identified and listed from top to bottom by yield.
Utilizing the information contained in the 2015 Michigan Soybean Performance Report is essential to selecting high-yielding soybean varieties, and the online searchable database is an easy way to quickly view and sort the information contained in the report.
This article was produced by the SMaRT project (Soybean Management and Research Technology). The SMaRT project was developed to help Michigan producers increase soybean yields and farm profitability. The SMaRT project is a partnership between Michigan State University Extension and the Michigan Soybean Checkoff program.