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Discussion Board - Re: Beans on Beans

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ihman73

01-23-2013 22:29:26
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I farm in southern IL too and our removal rates don't figure out that high on light clay. If you are in black dirt maybe but not white chalk or gray clay. We run a 2 year spread usually in the neighborhood of 100 DAP and 200 Potash average on a grid and that includes buildup for low areas. We are running a 40 bushel bean and 120 bushel corn average. Every time our tests get pulled we are getting more even across the field with the low testing areas coming up more even with the rest of the field. We have inverted here the last few years we have had an easier time here raising good beans than corn. It used to be the other way around. Erik if you're fertilizing to your tests that's all that matters. But I will say that grid sampling and VRT spreading our dry fert. is paying off. As far as the bean on bean question if the ground is low lying SDS and other disease issues should dominate your vareity choice. Also a history of cyst nematode pressure may cause you issues as well.

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Paul

01-25-2013 07:39:01
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 Re: Beans on Beans in reply to ihman73, 01-23-2013 22:29:26  
That's good to hear, started grid sample and variable spreading 3 years ago.

Paul



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