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    Answers to Your Late-Planting Soybean Questions

    With winter conditions continuing deep into spring this year, the possibility of late-planted soybeans is increasing. In addition to tips from our earlier post, here are some key considerations for growers facing this scenario. When should I consider switching to an earlier season soybean? Extension and industry studies agree that June 5-10 is the time frame to start shifting out of full-season to mid-season maturity soybeans. Full-season maturity soybeans are planted to generate more yield…

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