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Posted 5/26/2023 08:58 (#10244249 - in reply to #10244010)
Subject: RE: Organic soybeans has anybody tried to….

South Central MN
BobC - 5/25/2023 12:35
My philosophy has been to let others pay the tuition - if it's workable it will be obvious in time.

BobC - 5/26/2023 05:24
I guarantee you that the Rick Clark system will not be successful over time.

I tend to agree with both these quotes. I think his system could work in warmer climates with adequate rainfall, but when he comes up here and says he can make his system work anywhere on a large scale, then I'm extremely skeptical. We just don't have enough heat after fall harvest to get adequate cover started in late fall for spring weed control. Guys here that have tried it seem to be successful 1 in 4 years or thereabout. I applaud them for trying, but we already deal with so many variables in organic that I don't want to take a 25% chance I'll have a successful year.

Just curious, what's your system in a nutshell?
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