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Discussion Board - Soy bean planting

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02-27-2014 17:52:08

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whats the latest safe time to put soy beans in the ground

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03-02-2014 09:32:38

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 Re: Soy bean planting in reply to LuckyMut, 02-27-2014 17:52:08  
Yea i guess location would help. Im in mid Michigan around the Jackson area. i thought the last week of june first of july was around the latest you wanted to be planting in my area just wanted to make sure.

ive got about 80 acres im gonna farm on a part time basis so wanna make sure i can get the most outta what i got.

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02-28-2014 06:51:16

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 Re: Soy bean planting in reply to LuckyMut, 02-27-2014 17:52:08  
July 4th here.

Some plant until the 10th after peas, but that isn't safe. ;)

Reading the question, I first thought when is the earliest to plant beans? But I guess it is the latest.

Anyhow, totally meaningless either way, without a location. Beans respond to daylight hours as well as frost, so it all depends where you are. In a dry summer, I've seen people plant beans the first week of July, and no rain until August, so they first sprouted mid August. That didnt go well of course.

Is anything in farming really safe? We just go with averages, and guess the weather, guess the climate, etc.


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02-27-2014 20:28:00

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 Re: Soy bean planting in reply to LuckyMut, 02-27-2014 17:52:08  
Before August 1st. where I live Southern Il. I know sounds kinda late. Some made 20 bu here planted August 15th. It kept raining and flooding the low ground last year. Some farmers planted 5 times!

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