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Pioneer Agronomy Update with Brian Bush, Soybean Yields Surprising

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Brian Bush, agronomist with Pioneer, says the wind, rain, and freezing temperatures of the past week have really put stress on corn still standing in the field, “Especially in those areas hit hard by the drought, stalk integrity and even ear dropping are becoming a real problem.” In soybean fields, it is a different story. Bush says late season rains have helped finish the beans well and yields are better than expected, “Soybean yields across the board have been very good.” Bush said even some of the group 3 varieties were helped by the late summer rains and are yielding as good as the full season varieties, “Generally the fuller season soybeans you planted, the higher your yields.”

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