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Early Planted Soybeans In Oklahoma And Kansas Question
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Cowboy85
Posted 5/4/2021 21:30 (#8987831 - in reply to #8987519)
Subject: RE: Early Planted Soybeans In Oklahoma And Kansas Question


Medford, OK
Don’t have any pictures but I have a few neighbors that always start the first week of April. It takes a little longer to emerge but they are up. I believe they are group 3’s that were planted. Think it took about 3 weeks for them to emerge. I always wait and plant in may. Seems they jump out of the ground and have more vigor with being introduced in warmer soils. With planting early, you get a bigger plant (if Mother Nature allows it) but if you miss that one crucial rain it’ll be a total bust. Planting later gives you a smaller plant, thus you have more of a chance of getting some yield compared to a larger plant. Hope that makes sense.
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