How Long Can Inoculants Stay on Seed – Mike Verhoef, Becker Underwood

Spring is a very hectic time for farmers.  As farmers know there are time on seed restrictions for inoculants. We have all been through the scenario of applying inoculants to your soybeans in the morning and by the afternoon it is pouring rain.  As you can imagine this can be very stressful when you use the peat formulation and you can only have effectiveness for 24 hours on seed.

At the SouthWest Agricultural Conference I talked to Mike Verhoef from Becker Underwood about the time on seed restrictions of inoculants.

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