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Farmer087
Posted 5/25/2023 21:55 (#10243767 - in reply to #10243646)
Subject: RE: Organic soybeans has anybody tried to….


NW IL
We dropped them in at 200,000. Or in that range. We didn't take time to calibrate the 750, but it came out close enough. I think we should have hoed them a bit more aggressive since there was a bit of lodging.

My comment was just that earlier organic beans don't always equal more yield since they grow slower in cool weather and can end up with more weed pressure. But if you'd hoe or tine weed them every few days until the heat kicks in they might be fine.

I like the idea of drilling organic beans though. Not having to cultivate them is nice.
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