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BENNETT FARM
2020 PULSE REPORT

TRIAL OBJECTIVE: To test soybean varieties in Saskatchewan.

YEAR: 2020
FARM: Bennett Farm
TRIAL NAME: Soybean Variety Trial

CROP: Soybean
SEEDING DATE: May 26+27, 2020
SEEDING RATE: 200,000 seed/ac.
VARIETY: Various

FERTILITY:
ACTUAL NUTRIENTS APPLIED:
4.29-20.27-0-0

BLENDING ANALYSIS:
11-52-0

HARVEST DATE: September 24, 2020

PRE-SEED HERBCIDE:
Heat LQ, 0.021 L/ac., May 23, 2020
Roundup WeatherMAX, 0.33 L/ac., May 23, 2020
Merge, 0.203 L/ac., May 23, 2020
Engenia, 0.4 L/ac., May 23, 2020

IN-CROP HERBICIDE:
Roundup WeatherMax, 0.67 L/ac., June 22, 2020
Viper ADV, 0.404 L/ac., June 22, 2020
Basagran Forte, 0.71 L/ac., July 2, 2020

PRE-HARVEST:
Heat LQ, 0.043 L/ac., September 10, 2020
RoundUp Transorb, 0.67 L/ac., September 10, 2020
Merge, 0.4 L/ac., September 10, 2020
Reglone Ion, 0.83 L/ac., September 10, 2020

Soybean Variety Trial Results
SupplierHybirdSystemSeeding Rate (lb/acre)Protein %Moisture %Oil %Adjusted Yield (bu/ac)
North Star GeneticsNSC WatsonRR2Y
59.5 lbs/ac29.8010.8020.1013.87
Sygenta S0009-M2RR2Y
64.2 lbs/ac33.709.0020.2015.10
Sygenta S007-Y4RR2Y
60.1 lbs/ac28.7014.2020.4012.45
Brevant
B0030L1RR2Y62.7 lbs/ac19.5014.40n/a10.65
Brett Young Nocoma R2RR2Y
67.3 lbs/ac31.4011.7019.8013.73
Brett Young Amirani R2RR2Y
64.4 lbs/ac30.0010.4020.3013.94
Brett Young Renuka R2XXTEND55.3 lbs/ac29.6010.8020.1011.68
DeKalb
DKB0005-44XTEND
62.3 lbs/ac
29.908.8021.0015.13
DeKalb
DKB0009-89XTEND
78.2 lbs/ac
30.2011.0020.3012.92
DeKalb
DKB002-32XTEND
68.6 lbs/ac
28.2011.2020.2011.97
North Star GeneticsNSC RedversXTEND54.8 lbs/ac
27.6013.5020.3010.76
North Star GeneticsNSC NewtonXTEND62.8 lbs/ac
30.1012.6019.7011.78
North Star GeneticsNSC WynyardXTEND58.0 lbs/ac
31.109.1020.7013.20
Sygenta S0009-F2XXTEND
58.8 lbs/ac28.609.5020.6015.01
Sygenta S001-D8XXTEND65.7 lbs/ac30.009.5020.6015.95
Sygenta S003-Z4XXTEND
58.1 lbs/ac30.009.5020.6013.14
Brevant B00071RXXTEND
74.8 lbs/ac31.409.6020.4014.06
Brevant B0011RXXTEND
60.3 lbs/ac31.6010.0020.1014.93

Soybean Variety Trial Notes

Lack of rain through the end of July and in August reduced pod fill.  Many of the plants had a good number of pods, they just were not able to fill due to dry conditions.

Historical Data