Harvesting and storing immature soybeans may require some additional attention. NDSU Extension Ag Engineer Ken Hellevang says high moisture soybeans are a particular concern. “We’ll probably see some color change if soybeans are reaching maturity. Soybeans will need to go into storage for an extended period of time. We may not see all of the green disappear.” Hellevang says if you use a high temperature dryer, consult the manufacturer for drying guidelines. “Check the recommended temperature and monitor the amount of splits and things occurring.”
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