Iowa Grain Quality Challenges: Soybeans

It all comes down to this. Harvest is underway in a few parts of Iowa. 2019 has thrown some knuckleballs, which are far worse than curveballs. Heavy rains, floods, dry periods, late plantings and a shortened growing season come to mind. As we get ready to harvest, it is time to be thinking of what we might be encountering out there, this fall.

Dr. Charles Hurburgh is a grain quality expert at Iowa State University. Dr. Hurburgh says this year produced an unprecedented amount of “flip-flops in growing conditions.” He says this can make predicting grain quality a little more difficult.

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