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Delay in wheat harvest cuts time to plant double-crop soybeans
While nearly all of Indiana’s soybean crop already is in the ground, some farmers who “double crop” have not yet planted their beans. They are facing crucial dates this month for planting them, generally sooner in the central parts of the state and later in the south.
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