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do you inoculate soybeans?
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Ed Winkle
Posted 11/18/2012 19:21 (#2704561 - in reply to #2704487)
Subject: Re: do you inoculate soybeans?

Martinsville, Ohio
That's a good question. We are over 50% nationally now, aren't we? I think it's higher than that but I haven't heard recent numbers.

My untreated checks were 3.7 bu less with GraphEx, 3.2 Excalibre, 3.0 powder, pretty typical deviation for me. I do believe I had better survival in continuous notill as I saw fields I thought the rhizobia had died from heat and lack of water, other brands. We treated one field while spraying glyphosate for a guy and they really greened up and made a good yield.

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