Soybeans
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"Applying a starter on soybeans is not something that most agronomists have typically recommended in the past. That’s because soybeans compensate for stand loss extremely well and make their own nitrogen, so why would a starter product pay?
"Recently, Beck’s Practical Farm Research (PFR)® team started evaluating various starter additive products, applied in-furrow at planting, in an attempt to increase plant health, yield and profitability. What they have found is that pre-plant incorporated N on soybeans has generated a great return on investment (ROI). In-furrow starter additives are an excellent way to deliver N (and other nutrients) to the emerging soybean plants, especially in no-till scenarios."
http://www.agriculture.com/crops/soybeans/starter-additives-on-soybeans-is-it-worth-it

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