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Soybeans can handle an early drought

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Michigan State University researchers say the first three months of this year were the wettest on record for the state and that’s helping crops survive the current drought.

Thumb area farmer Jeff Krohn tells Brownfield aside from wheat, his crops are faring ok.

“It forces crops to put down deeper roots, get into that moisture so we get into the growing season with taller, bigger crops that require more moisture,” he explains.  

Soybeans can handle an early drought

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