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FlyinIL22
Posted 11/29/2012 00:04 (#2722695)
Subject: N on Soybeans


I've read that soybeans need N help for super high yields. Kip Cullers uses chicken litter. So would N being made available during the summer be a good idea? Taking this a step further. Covercrop legumes would work better with the later planting soybeans. If legumes were mixed with rye, would that delay the release of N until when soybeans could use it most?
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