Soybeans - Item # Subject to Change - ...

Soybeans - Item # Subject to Change - See List

The Soybean is a species of legume native to East Asia, widely grown for its edible bean which has many uses. They are one of the most important sources of protien for use in livestock feed in the world. Soybeans grow on a variety of soils and a wide range of climates. They are one of the easiest beans to grow and require full sun to thrive. The soybean is one of the few annual legumes suitable for the production of hay, and may be grown as an annual hay or pasture crop. In three to four months after seeding it can produce hay equal in quality to alfalfa which makes them a popular choice for Deer and Wildlife food plots.

Possible Variety choices:

#42150 - Hutcheson

#58968 - Osage 

Planting Date: May to September

Planting Rate: 2 to 4 lbs per 1000 sq/ft broadcast for small area. 

Planting Rate: @ 50 lbs per acre depending on row width.

Broadcast Rate: 75 to 100 lbs per acre.

Drill Rate: 50 to 75 lbs per acre

Coverage Depth: 1 to 1 1/2 inches.

Days to maturity: 90 to 150 days.