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First results posted on Twitter:


phhermans3:46pm via Twitter for BlackBerry®

Beans coming off in Richmond. 2800 hu planted May 2 yfrog.com/kjgrynkj

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formosafarmer1:36pm via Twitter for BlackBerry®

Soybeans coming into amberley at 12.8% moisture, not sure on yield #ontag

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Double crop 03-W4's @ R5 near Staffa. Top pods looking nipped by light frost. Optimistic yield est: 22 bpa.

Surprisingly high yields in Brussels area. 40's, 50's and even some in the high 60's.

Yield monitor was hitting 77 in low area of farm in S05T6 beans.

Plot showed T6's out-yielding SO3W4's by 4 bushels. Toss-up on net return - seed cost/premiums.

PS1670NR2  running over 70bpa in Grand Bend and PS2393NR2's running close to 70bpa across 150ac field in Merlin. 2 happy customers!


hgmitchell6:34am via Tweet Button

@ScoutingFields Down to one combine, our 9500 with 18 ft header. Combining for a neighbour (45-50 bu/acre). Our beans look good.

My plot results from Norwich, clay-loam planted May 21st - 92Y22-61, 92Y12-59, S20Z9-56, Titaniums-53, DKC 2860-48, DKC 2812-47 bu per acre

AdrianVanDyk 4 hours 37 mins ago Twitter
twitter.yfrog.com/h3dafmv... 902 beans on 1 plant. Planted Mar 28th @ 195000 pop. No wonder they went 80 bu.


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92Y12 43.1 bu against OAC Kents 36.5 bu. Are I.P. beans really worth it?

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