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Discussion Board - Re: RR Soybeans and dear

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Aaron SEIA

06-28-2013 18:53:39

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I'm going with new problem. RR beans have been around for 20 years. We wouldn't have any of the ditch rats left if eating RR beans killed them.


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06-28-2013 19:40:21

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 Re: RR Soybeans and dear in reply to Aaron SEIA, 06-28-2013 18:53:39  
Its funny how we went from one pest to another it seams. Ground hogs use to destroy the outside of the fields now they don't bother them at all. Now it the dear and rabbits are going after them, But it seams that something is killing them now. Just don't know what it is. A lot of guys around me still plant non GMO beans but all the dead fawns are in RR soybeans fields only so I don't know. Just something odd about this. The other odd thing is all of them were found in fields that were no-tilled with RR soybeans and all had to be replanted because of the wet spring so who knows? This year the no-till ground the crops look the worst and the worked ground looks good and I would say 95 percent of the replant was done on no-till ground this year so maybe its something in the ground? Bandit

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Retired Farmer

06-29-2013 20:24:58

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 Re: RR Soybeans and dear in reply to Banditfarmer, 06-28-2013 19:40:21  
No dead fawns in the non GMO bean fields, dead fawns in the RR bean fields. Gee, that is a tough one. Have to think on that one.

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