What a Rainy Spring Means for 2022 Planting

A wetter than normal Spring means many Missouri farmers are in the field a little later than usual. Missouri Soybean’s agronomy and research director Eric Oseland isn’t worried and says that farmers still have plenty of time to get the crop in the ground without seeing yield loss. Oseland encourages growers to not rush planting. Learn more at Brought to you by Missouri‚Äôs soybean growers and their checkoff.

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