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when did the earth move?

Today I called around about soybean seed.
The wheat does not look good. There may
Be some wheat that is planted to beans.
Also looked for beans for after harvest.

I called around and found out alot of
Companies did away with 3.8 and 3.9
Beans. To get sts beans you must go
To a 4 plus!

I had 3 seed places tell me that, and "there
Is no difference! ".

To make things even more nuts, the experiment station is going to do a several
Year study to figure out what maturity group
For beans we are in.

I thought we did this years ago.....all my
Books have a chart.

So now we are going to rewrite everything
So seed co can make money.

To what degree will these people go to
Make a Buck, and have we hired such fools
at the university, they don't know the
Difference.....but I guess when we have
One on staff, that advocates sun hemp
That grows to 8 foot, as a cover crop....has
No impact on soil moisture.....and we're
In a drought.....

Are there any sane people around anymore,
Or are they all at the cemetery?

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Veteran Advisor

Re: when did the earth move?

It must be that dad gum global warming
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Senior Contributor

Re: when did the earth move?

El Cheapo,
You better move to Oregon and raise hemp. They just legalized it as well as marajuana! Ha!
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Re: when did the earth move?

By the way, what is sun hemp?
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Senior Advisor

Sunn Hemp

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Senior Contributor

Re: when did the earth move?

Thanks. Informative read.
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Veteran Advisor

Re: when did the earth move?

James! Your alive! !!

Where were you when we had the gmo
Non gmo thread going !!!

Glad to see you back and mushroom
Hadn't got ya.
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Re: when did the earth move?

Well, I was making farmers money. Someone's got to do it! We had a little GMO activity in Oregon of late as well. I even got invited to an Oregon farm bureau meeting on the subject. It seems to me the opposing sides talk past each other quite a bit.
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