Soybean School – Nodulation, The Fruit of Inoculation

We’ve talked before about the power of inoculants in establishing a healthy plant. Hearing is one thing, but in most cases seeing is believing. Right now is a great time to get out in the field and see if that inoculant has done its job.

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There is no substitute for getting out to field and getting dirty digging up roots. In this episode of the Soybean School, David Townsend of Becker Underwood digs up some soybean plants to give us a first hand look at nodulation and the benefits that come from inoculating your seed.

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