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Discussion Board - Re: Beans on Beans

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Erik Ks farmer

01-22-2013 05:36:09

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I'm planting 36 acres bean on beans, no problem just put on enough p and k to support the plants needs. For 50+ yield potential beans I'd think about 50 units of p and 20 units of K. I just had my starter broadcast on my bean and corn ground, I didn't use those numbers but I don't have that yield potential on most of my ground.

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beans k

01-22-2013 15:10:03

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 Re: Beans on Beans in reply to Erik Ks farmer, 01-22-2013 05:36:09  
Total fertilizer is 109 potash 49 phosphate this is for 50 bushel beans.

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beans I

01-22-2013 17:51:15

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 Re: Beans on Beans in reply to beans k, 01-22-2013 15:10:03  
It shows that you don't know the fertilizer removal a 50 bushel bean crop those are the exact of fertilizer it takes if you farm by the book I guess you don't know. Give ag phd a call if you don't believe.

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Beans k

01-22-2013 17:55:48

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 Re: Beans on Beans in reply to beans I, 01-22-2013 17:51:15  
Fertilizer price by the semi load at river is pot 495 a ton mez is 565a ton

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bean k

01-22-2013 20:41:53

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 Re: Beans on Beans in reply to Beans k, 01-22-2013 17:55:48  
On the price it don't matter how many tone you buy at the river it is the same price it will average $100 a ton less than the local coop . And for your answer on cost pull a tissue sample this comming summer and I bet your crops will be suffering on fertility . You get out what you put on. For yield on beans where I farm I do not have a problem getting in the. Mid to high 70 bushel per acre.

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beans k

01-23-2013 07:24:18

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 Re: Beans on Beans in reply to bean k, 01-22-2013 20:41:53  
Southern IL.

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