Weather variations suppress soybean yield

Weather variations suppress soybean yield

U.S. soybean yield suppressed by around 30% due to temperature and precipitation changes.

RESEARCHERS at The Ohio State University have determined that precipitation and temperature variations over the past 20 years have suppressed the U.S. average soybean yield gain by around 30%, contributing to an industry loss of $11 billion nationwide.

In Ohio alone, that soybean yield suppression was estimated to have cost some $2.9 billion

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