Diversification of cereal-based rotations with soybean as a second crop

Eva Hunyadi Borbélyné, Dóra Mészáros, Bence Trugly
Posted: 09.06.2022
Cereal crop rotation in Hungary is usually very simple, given that the economic return of new crops in the rotation is not guaranteed. Soybean could provide a good income for organic farmers, whilst improving the diversity of the arable crop rotation and providing additional benefits. Farmers can use super early soybean varieties to produce soybean as a second crop in their current cereal based cropping system, limiting their economic risks.

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Authors: Eva Hunyadi Borbélyné, Dóra Mészáros, Bence Trugly
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