Southeast Iowa has again experienced heavy rainfall and after talking to several agronomists yesterday and today it seems that there are still a few acres left to be planted in this area. With the heavy rain passing through Iowa over night and with more rain in the forecast for tonight it could be another 4-5 days before we can be back in the field planting. Because of that the questions have arise on what to do when planting soybean in late June or later and what to expect.
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Pederson, Palle, "Few Acres of Soybeans Still to be Planted in Southeast Iowa" (2009). Integrated Crop Management News. 632.
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