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Weed Control: The Best Food Plot Crop
Last week I shared how to determine the best conditions to plant forage soybeans. Now let’s consider what to do once they are out of the ground! Forage soybeans require very minimal maintenance. I plant Eagle Seed forage soybeans that are Roundup Ready. If weeds are a problem, I simply treat one time just before the beans are about to create a full canopy (leaves from one plant touching leaves from another – blocking sun from reaching the soil). This will create an almost 100% weed free crop! Click Here To Read More at Winchester.com.