These will be different plots for deer.Ive never planted either,so looking at what time to get this seed in the ground.Does Alfalfa die at first frost?I know the soybeans will make a go to late season attractive plot.
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Great info on "early" beans, thank you. I have struggled multiple years with beans for various reasons, too many mounts to feed, drought, spraying, etc. But mainly I have fought, and mostly lost, v. drought.As others have mentioned, early beans have started to be a real thing. In the AG world farmers are seeing significant yield increases as well as better time utilization by planting some or all of their beans before the corn. Beans have a TON of stored energy so they can sit in colder ground temps and still come out ok. Heck I've seen guys plant beans early April, beans germinate and then we get a cold snow on them and the beans still make 70 bu/ac. The seed that is formulated these days is pretty amazing.
Ok.Doesn't hold true anymore. Study after study has shown the top producing beans are the early ones. Alot of farmers are planting beans before corn now.