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First Soybean Test Plot Results Are On the Yield Data Centre.

The first few soybean test plot results have been posted on the Farms.com Yield Data Centre by the seed companies....Check it out at the link below.

www.yielddata.farms.com

How did your soybeans run this year? What variety performed the best on your farm with the weather we had?

Thanks,

PG

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Harvest Report - Soys in Milton Area

I was talking to Larry Blaney from Blaney Grain Farms near Milton, Ontario....they have been combining some nonGMO soys and the fields have been ranging from 36 to 51 bu per acre....the nice weather has them going hard these days...

Joe

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