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Has North Dakota, Arkansas, and Mississippi already lost 20 percent of their Soybean Potential?
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NoDakFarmer
Posted 6/10/2021 13:08 (#9051639 - in reply to #9051626)
Subject: RE: Has North Dakota, Arkansas, and Mississippi already lost 20 percent of their Soybean Potential?


SE ND
IALTO - 6/10/2021 01:03

Beans are tough to figure right before harvest let alone in June. One thing to remember is even in dry years beans can surprise to the upside. The only damage I would count is crop anywhere that is dust and can't be replanted.


Exactly right. Seen it so many times where beans look underwhelming and end up much better than you'd ever expect. Alot of the crop up here has been through an awful lot already but no way would I write off its potential. It almost always seems to never be as bad as we think while the best looking crops tend to see a late weather event that brings it back to average or a little better. Everything is extremely variable here.
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