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Old 04-30-2018, 05:04 PM   #2018
elgato
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Thanks folks, I'll try to keep the posts well rounded.

It doesn't take the deer long to get on the soybeans. I think the deer on the farm are so familiar with my ag system that when they hear a tractor they come looking to see what I've planted. They were on these beans within days after sprouting. Thus the fields I plant in summer crops are at least 5 acres preferably bigger. They wipe out anything smaller before the cultivars have a chance.

I think there is still a chance these stubs can grow. If you look closely you can see the start of new leaves forming. This is a 10 acre field planted at 60 lbs acre [to compensate for 80% germ rate ] . It will do well.
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