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why can I grow 62 lb corn and only 58 lb soybeans?
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cowhater
Posted 11/7/2012 00:23 (#2683066)
Subject: why can I grow 62 lb corn and only 58 lb soybeans?


DE
Had some irrigated corn go 62 pounds per bushel most goes around 58-60. My beans on other hand, irrigated or not, best I can get is 58 with some down to 56. Location is central DE. Adding micro nutrients such as zinc and boron as required according to soil tests.
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