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Guest Editorial
Philip Shaw DTN Columnist
Fri Jun 26, 2015 07:46 AM CDT

I'm getting a little bit too old to hand bomb 25 kilogram bags of soybean seed into a 20 foot no till drill. However, sometimes in a pinch, that's what you have to do. Believe it or not, Thursday I was making a decision on whether to patch up a field of soybeans, which had emerged unevenly over the last month. Rainfall has been so frequent and violent at times that only today was it dry enough to replant. A couple of years ago, I replanted on June 29, so June 25 is somewhat old hat. Hopefully, my efforts will ...

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