Late Plant Summer Crop Options

13 November, 2009

As winter cereal harvest draws to a close, many growers may be in a position to plant and irrigate summer crops into their standing wheat stubble. Among the options available which fit this planting scenario are sorghum, corn and soybeans. This week’s Facts on Friday discusses the merits to fitting soybeans into your summer crop rotation program.


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