2023 North Carolina Soybean Yield Contest Results

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The 2023 North Carolina Soybean Yield Contest results are available at the Soybean Yield Contest. Winners were announced at the NC Commodity Conference on 1/11.

Contest results provided for both the irrigated and non-irrigated categories includes the grower name, County, submitting Extension Agent, region, verified yield, variety, planting date, row spacing, and seeding rate.

We had 26 entries (7 irrigated, 19 non-irrigated) averaging 80.2 bu/A!

An analysis of 877 North Carolina Soybean Yield Contest entries investigated the strongest predictors of high soybean yield which included using early maturing varieties (MG≤4), planting before Mid-May, and using foliar fungicides to protect yield. Many of the growers that entered the 2023 North Carolina Soybean Yield Contest used these production practices to achieve their high yields, with 85% of entries planted before May 11 and 66% of entries using a MG≤4 variety.