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Management Decisions Based on Planting Date--White Paper

Early planting (late March through mid-April) of soybeans in Mississippi is now commonplace and should be considered the norm for achieving high yield. It is likely a significant contributing factor to the Mid-South states’ high yields in recent years. It is used as a mechanism to avoid drought and late-season pest problems, plus ensure early harvest. This document walks farmers through the management decisions to consider for both early and late plantings.