delayed seeding, yield reductions, crop yield, south dakota
Information on crop yield reductions as the result of delayed seeding in South Dakota is limited. Small grain yield reductions can be estimated from data obtained from the Northeast Research Farm – Watertown (Figure 1). Likewise, yield reductions for corn and soybeans (Figures 2 and 3, respectively) can be estimated from data at the Southeast Research Farm – Beresford.
Hall, Robert, "Common Yield Reductions Resulting from Delayed Seeding" (1995). SDSU Extension Extra Archives. 316.