Soybean School — 3 Decisions to Make Now for Soybeans in 2013

The soybeans are in the bin (or very nearly) which means it’s now time to think about…2013. Well, take a break first, but while you’re harvesting corn or otherwise winding down from a busy harvest season, there are key soybean production decisions best made between now and the end of the year.

David Townsend, product manager with Becker Underwood, lists the three things you need to decide now about the 2013 soybean crop. The first, not surprisingly, is on genetics as the most popular varieties often sell out early.


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