11 soybean stories that will change your mind about ‘poverty peas’

Most Southeast farmers don’t see soybeans as ‘poverty peas’ anymore. From the re-introduction of indeterminate varieties to the gamble on ultra-late planting and from timely irrigation to precise fertility, growers can get higher soybean yields with a few minor adjustments or go for 'over-the-fence' yields with major adjustments. It’s up to the farmer.

Here are the most-read soybean stories from 2015 that will help you force 2016 to be as profitable as possible.

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