Soybean Frost Damage

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Sep 19, 2011

Farmers in the upper Midwest have already experienced a frost. An early frost can have damaging effects on corn and soybeans if the plants haven't reached full maturation. Hans Kandel, North Dakota Extension agronomist, talks about frost damage to soybeans and what that means for plants not fully mature, and the effect on yield. Source: North Dakota Soybean Council

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