The RealAg Crop Update Ontario: Crusted Fields, Frost & Replant Decisions for Soybeans

Many soybean fields have taken a beating this year, unlike last year’s straightforward early season. A late May frost, then really hot temps have stressed plants, plus crusting in some areas has entombed the poor beans under ground.

In this RealAg Crop Update Ontario, Dan Foster with PRIDE Seeds, gives an update on not only what stresses and conditions are facing some soybean fields right now, but he also covers what can be done in some instances, why replanting isn’t always necessary (some fields are still on track for good yield potential) and why a herbicide application may have to wait a little longer than you’d like.


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