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Anybody ever regret going from drill to row planter for beans
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humblefarmer
Posted 10/18/2020 07:15 (#8551177 - in reply to #8551140)
Subject: RE: Anybody ever regret going from drill to row planter for beans


indiana
We've had about every row width in soybeans. I really like 15" rows, we will stick with them. Several years ago we drilled 200+K in 7" rows. Now we are in 15" planting 140K and yields continue to go up as we put more effort in managing soybeans. As we manage them more it looks like on certain soil types 120-130K will be more than adequate for top yields. And yes we still have a drill for wheat but it is also used for cover crop.
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