Posted 9/13/2021 10:43 (#9217970 - in reply to #9217786) Subject: RE: Crop
St. Claude, Mb, Canada
That seems crazy to me. I farm crap ground that's way too wet in the spring and too dry every fall, and my aph is 32(still have some years to go to get rid of baseline yields from crop insurance). Would have thought farming the rr clay with longer season beans you would be in that 45-50 range. Is there something in your area that causes yields to fall short or am I making an assumption about your ground that is incorrect?