Soybean Drying and Storage

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2008-11-01
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Hurburgh, Charles
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Agriculture and Natural Resources
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Why would you artifi cially dry a crop that normally dries in the fi eld? One reason would be late planting due to double cropping or wet fi elds, or poor fall weather may result in soybeans that are too wet to store. Second, harvesting early, when soybeans are still wet, reduces fi eld losses, harvest losses, and market weight losses and allows more time for other fall fi eldwork.

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