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Planting organic NT soybeans and then roll/crimping
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jbgruver
Posted 6/10/2021 10:35 (#9051396 - in reply to #9050915)
Subject: RE: Planting organic NT soybeans and then roll/crimping



We planted our first NT organic soybean plots in 2009 and have planted some NT beans into rye, triticale or mixes most years ever since.

Thus far slugs have never been a problem.

The main reason may be that we always plant our NT beans mid May or later and most commonly the last week of May or first week of June... so the weather is consistently warm

We also use a diverse crop rotation with lots of ground beetles and other bio controls of slugs.

Joel
WIU Agriculture



Edited by jbgruver 6/10/2021 10:36
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