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Some farms always seem to do better in beans than corn?
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Red man1981
Posted 2/11/2019 18:37 (#7314426)
Subject: Some farms always seem to do better in beans than corn?


West Central Indiana
Just seems like no matter what I do on cornyears I can’t get yields up. Beans on the other hand do very well, this past year being my best ever. Anyone else have farms like this? CeC on this farm run from12.3-9.1, PH 6.6-6.0, phosphorus 40-25, Mag. 400-200, Potassium 200-140. Light timber clay with some heavy clay in the lower parts of the farm.
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