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Tell me about your volunteer beans this past spring and what you did to get them to volunteer, timing, etc.
 

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The areas that done the best, were areas where the corn didn't grow well & I didn't work the ground, but no tilled the corn in. Once they were established, I sprayed them & the corn both with RU & they produced just as well as the beans I drilled.
 

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So, basically, you didn't do much of anything and the beans were on top of the soil, and they just volunteered?
 

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Originally posted by HabitatMD
So, basically, you didn't do much of anything and the beans were on top of the soil, and they just volunteered?
Pretty much. The majority of the volunteers were in the lower areas that retain a lot of moisture, so I'm betting they were planted along similar lines as frost seeding clover.
 

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Sorry I missed your call last night. Blevly was up hunting & I was just getting out of the stand when you called. When we got back to town, I had to go over to moms for supper.
 
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