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Soybean harvest in Ontario, some have started, have you? When will your fields be ready? Check out the results ...

There have been a few post on Twitter today - see below - on soybeans being harvested. Have you started? When will your fields be ready?

 

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erniehueni profile

erniehueni @cropwiz planted all my beans in June into worked ground! Don't have a row planter so still used no- till drill. Great yields around here

glannin profile

glannin Amazing how quickly we can harvest soy crop. Lambton/S Huron/S Perth seem abve avg yields-dry parts Middlsx and Huron close to average

ChuckBaresich profile

ChuckBaresich Nice growing shower here. I'd say 40-50% of beans off.

adamgarniss profile

adamgarniss 1000 ac soys off, 600 to go. Wheat planted and even planted some fall rye on a flood plain we crop to hold soil in place. Rainy day regroup

JarodJ1041 profile

JarodJ1041 Finished our beans tuesday night, just 15 acres of wheat left to plant. Nice to be done.

ScoutingFields profile

ScoutingFields @phhermans @Agridome -Bean yields north Mt Albert/Uxbridge and east above Avrg. South of Stouffville just Avrg. Still pleasantly surprised.

HustonFarms profile

HustonFarms Going to try some soys this afternoon. Beans were thrashing yesterday and with the forecast "Better in the bin than the mud."

middlesexfarmer profile

middlesexfarmer Finished soys yesterday just B4 the rain overall avg 55.2bpa on 650ac of seed and ip's. Still 40ac of wheat to plant though, may go to corn


cropdoc2

cropdoc2: Soybean yield on a 100 ac farm S of London broke a 30-year farm yield record by +15 bu/ac. Seed field to boot. #ontag

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OntAg 2011 Maizex Seeds & Syngenta NK Brand Seeds Soybean plot yield data for Ontario and Quebec NOW POSTED at http://YieldData.Farms.com  

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