June 12, 2020 | By Rupp Seeds
Where geography permits, planting a soybean crop after wheat harvest can provide another revenue source for your farming operation. Several agronomic factors along with Mother Nature play important roles in the potential yield success of double-crop soybeans. To help achieve maximum yield potential, you should plant your double-crop soybeans as soon as possible after wheat harvest.
Weed control is critical because once wheat is harvested, existing weeds can grow rapidly because of increased light penetration and the removal of the competitive crop. Learn about the various was to control the weeds in double-crop soybeans in this issue of SeedScoop.Weed Management in Soybean Following Winter Wheat