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Soybeans & Soil Temperature: The Best Food Plot Crop, Pt. 4
Last week I shared some tips on how to plant forage soybeans. To get the maximum growth from forage soybeans, they need to be planted using the correct methods and when the conditions are best. This week I’ll review exactly what the optimum conditions are for planting forage soybeans.
Soybeans are a warm season crop. That is to say that cold weather will damage or kill the beans. This is true on both ends of the growing season – during the planting season and toward the end of the growing season. Click Here To Read More at Winchester.com.