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Animal

07-30-2012 17:59:43
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What if anything can you tell me about Sheyene.9 soy bean seed. I am going to ALS to pick some up this week, going to come straight home and put it in the ground and see what happens....




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IaGary

07-31-2012 04:48:38
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 Re: Hey Paul in reply to Animal, 07-30-2012 17:59:43  
Animal what are these beans for. You surely aren't trying to get a grain crop off them are you?

To mow for hay I could see. It's a little late for grain thou isn't it?

Maybe you are farther south than I think you are?

Gary



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Animal

07-31-2012 12:49:48
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 Re: Hey Paul in reply to IaGary, 07-31-2012 04:48:38  
Well Gary, I am going to plant them and see. The worst case is that I will get them to produce a little hay and being such a short season bean they may just make a little grain, at any rate they are a cover crop on this old ground. And yes I realize that I am nuttier than a fruitcake... Thanks for asking.



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IaGary

07-31-2012 15:02:26
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 Re: Hey Paul in reply to Animal, 07-31-2012 12:49:48  
If you have enough moisture to get them out of the ground. And if they do grow they get a foot tall cause they will no longer grow after about August 20 "Has to do with daylite hours" they may make 10 bushels if all is right. But if it is and stays dry you are wasting seed, fuel, machinery and time. Lot of ifs.

They will try to grow longer but just get frosted off before full maturity. You will have green dry beans about the size of a bb. I wouldn't have made all these comments but your the one that said you were a fruitcake. Sorry.

They tried some beans after wheat here about the 1st of July. Went by them last week and they were 3 inches tall and very thin stand.

Here I am wondering if my May 10 beans will make anything because of drought.

Gary

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paul

07-30-2012 19:46:38
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 Re: Hey Paul in reply to Animal, 07-30-2012 17:59:43  
I haven't grown that one, looks good on the chart.

I've used their 1.6 - 2.0 conventional beans and they preformed well in my ground.

Last year when I got some late June flooding, got a Pioneer version - a friend got enough bags for 3 of us - that was a super short season bean. Sure grew different than a regular bean around here, very bushy and a tan color when the plant dried down. And it did dry down fast. Didn't like my high ph soil so well tho. I need a very defensive bean for most of my ground, wet clay, high ph, iron chlorosis, peat in some areas. Not that any of this helps you....

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