Soybean Yield Gap Research

We just wrapped-up a multi-state project aimed at generating baseline producer data on current soybean management practices in the North Central Region. This project was funded the North Central Soybean Research Program (NCSRP). The project goal was to identify the key factors that preclude the State’s Soybean Producers from obtaining yields that should be potentially possible on their respective individual farms. The term used for the difference between what yield is possible on your farm each year and what you yield you actually achieve is called a “Yield Gap”. 

A summary of the results can be downloaded by clicking on the reports below.

Boots on the Ground Final Report

second year report