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What fertilizer do you use in soybeans?
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School Of Hard Knock
Posted 1/4/2014 23:43 (#3574470)
Subject: What fertilizer do you use in soybeans?


just a tish NE of central ND
Seem the old thinking around here is soy's don't need fertilizer, or at least not nitrogen. Seems soy's get lazy and scavenge the N instead of making N. What about the other nutrients? Is a little N good to get the plant established or a waste of $ and doing damage to the plant? I ran some 11-52 through the tubes one year 9also some N on the planted ground)and didn't see any change in yields from the unfertilized . But, I'm certain that they surely must respond to certain nutrition if they are short on something.
Thoughts?
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