Roundup Ready Corn & Soybean Food Plot

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  1. northcedar

    northcedar Member

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    They say with extra N sometimes beans get lazy and put on a lot of vegetative growth but don't pod heavily. Not how it would necessarily play out, just sometimes. I saw some farms with fall nh3 get planted to beans in the past few weeks.
     
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  3. northcedar

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    And I did plant some more sweet corn yesterday, 7/9. It's traited, roundup ready seed, but the field I planted it in has already been post sprayed. Guess I can brag about it being GMO Organic??
     
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    Umm, NO.



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    These beans look damn good for being planted about 10 days ago. Sprayed yesterday. This is on farm that had spring anhydrous applied for corn but ended up going beans. [​IMG]

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