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Barley

I have been in my second career now since 1998 and have found out that when you plant a crop that hasn't been in the rotation for a long time you always seem to get a better than average yield. Example -planted wheat in fields that had not seen wheat for a very long time- good yield. Question is if I plant barley in a field that has been on a corn-wheat-soybean rotation will I get the same little extra performance? Best I could do with words- hope everybody understands the question. Corn-barley-soybeans?

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