In many cases, spotty rains resulted in uneven stands this season. “People are telling me there are short soybeans, but they have a lot of pods,” said Tim Nelson, Crary Industries. “It’s a good time to get an air reel or wind system so you can get all of that crop into the combine.” High velocity air keeps the crop moving quickly into the header, back to the auger and reduces shatter loss. With early harvest underway, Nelson said the Crary products are available if growers identify yield loss by poor feeding or shatter loss during the early harvest.
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