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Seven Strategies for Second Year Soybeans
February 2, 2017
Thinking about planting soybeans 2 years in a row? According to AgWeb and University of Wisconsin Extension researchers, this is not a recommended practice. However, if farmers choose this route, here are 7 tips they should adopt:
- Switch up your varieties and choose strong disease resistance traits to match already known problems in your field
- Test for soybean cyst nematode (SCN) and choose SCN-resistant varieties – SCN thrives in multi-year soybean rotations
- Scout fields earlier and more intensely to stay ahead of disease problems
- Lower seeding rates in fields where white mold has been a problem
- Maximize the fungicide rates of your seed treatments
- Use a pre-emergence herbicide, and multiple modes of action
- Sample soil, and replace potassium if needed
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