Rye’s weed-fighting skills along with its cover crop benefits make it a particularly good companion crop for soybeans.
“Soybeans and rye complement each other really well,” says Mike Ostlie, agronomist at the North Dakota State University’s Carrington Research Extension Center. “Rye adds a lot of things to soybeans that really complete a good production system. You can use rye as a weed-management tool because it suppresses weeds that are becoming increasingly resistant to glyphosate.” READ MORE
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October 26, 2017 By Successful Farming