A few people have called me this week regarding planting soybean after soybean. All cases were from southeast Iowa where many river bottoms were flooded for an extended period of time last year and growers were forced to plant soybean even though their plan was to plant corn. To get back into their field rotations this year soybean would need to be planted after soybean. Is that a problem?
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Pedersen, Palle, "Soybean after Soybean" (2009). Integrated Crop Management News. 688.
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