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Oct. 5, 2012MO | By: McKenna
This summer's drought conditions are showing their after effects on the soybean population as the crop's pods are breaking open and falling to the ground, rendering them inedible.
Areas that were not hit with as much stress, however, are continuing to survive, though the overall crop will be much lower than usual. Regional Agronomist, Wayne Flannary says there are several causes for these conditions.