Stacking Nodes For Serious ROI on Soybeans
7 Jun 2346 min 12 sec

High yielding soybeans require different treatment — and a different mindset —  than what is required to produce average soybeans. High yielding soybeans typically come from stout plants with a plethora of pods. To make plants like that, you have to stack your nodes tightly on the main stem. Matt Miles and Temple Rhodes tell Damian how they go about getting a node dense plant that rings the bell on soybean yields. From planting time to product application they explain how to get some serious soybean ROI.  

Presented by Advanced Drainage Systems with support from Loveland Products

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