When planting soybeans in Kansas, it may be a good insurance policy to inoculate the seed. There are several reasons why soybean inoculation is a good idea. Learn more about the benefits in this article.
If soybean plants appear nitrogen deficient despite being inoculated, this probably indicates that the inoculant failed. Learn how to assess nodulation of soybean roots in the field and what factors can cause poor nodulation.
If soybean plants are chlorotic and nitrogen deficient despite being inoculated, that probably indicates the inoculant has failed. This article discusses how to assess nodulation in the field and what factors can lead to poor nodulation.