Rain delay is too long, soybeans left on combine sprout new crop

After a two-week rain delay that kept some Southeast soybean farmers out of fields, soybeans left on a combine in Georgia sprouted and produced a new crop, just another example of how wet conditions continue to cause problems for Southeast harvest.

In his Nov. 16 blog, Rome Ethredge, University of Georgia Extension Coordinator, reports on the struggles farmers are having in his area located on the Florida-Georgia line with getting soybeans out of their fields.

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