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MD GenX
Posted 9/13/2021 20:27 (#9218789 - in reply to #9218640)
Subject: RE: How much yield should I expect to lose?


Eastern Shore of MD
We have been doing some of that lately when we plant soybeans in July after a vegetable crop but we usually spread wheat or barley,

I would expect no yield loss in soybeans.... however, you will struggle to combine dry soybeans because the rye will likely hold moisture. We are probably in a warmer climate but generally spread the 1st or 2nd week of Oct than harvest the soybeans early November.

We are usually cutting 1-2" of the green cover with the soybeans but with a draper have no trouble. I have given up on cutting dry soybeans in this situation but IMHO the advantages of the cover over winter outweighs wet soybeans.

Edited by MD GenX 9/13/2021 20:29
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