August rains make grain. That’s an old saying, but it held true this year in Ontario. The Ontario soybean crop managed to hold on through extreme hot and dry conditions to receive those timely rains and produce what was, overall, a great crop.
In this episode of the Soybean School, Ken Currah of PRIDE Seeds explains some of the reasons besides the rains that made this season’s story, in general, a positive one.
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