Derry Forage Soybeans in a field

Legumes

  • Derry Forage Soybeans in a field

    Derry Forage Soybean

    Derry Forage Soybeans are a high yielding, heavy rooted legume, great for land reclamation.

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    Lab Lab

    Lab Lab is a legume primarily used to attract wildlife.

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    Mung Beans

    A substitute for cowpeas, Mung Beans have less vining characteristics, but similar yield.

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    Alyce Clover

    Summer annual legume for wildlife and forage. Reseeds well.

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    Goliath RR Forage Soybean

    140K size Group 7 Roundup Ready forage soybean for wildlife.

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    Titan RR Forage Soybean

    140K size Group 7 Roundup Ready forage soybean for wildlife.

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  • Tara

    Tara Forage Soybean

    Maturity Group 5 forage soybean that is the earliest maturing forage soybean on the market. It grows well across the United States and has great pod production in northern growing regions. Developed by Dr. Tom Devine as a dual purposes soybean, it can be grown for both forage and grain. Tara's forage production (dry weight) has been documented reaching 9,400 lbs at Penn State, 8,940 lbs,/acre at Montana State, 7,407 lbs./acre at Cornell University and Tara’s grain yields are exceptional. In USDA field tests it yielded 78.5 Bu/acre in Maryland and 60.9 Bu/acre in Pennsylvania. Tara’s crop residue launched it into first place for soil conservation and carbon sequestration. Tara’s 5,828/lbs./acre of crop residue was 1,611 lbs. more than the closest competitor. Tara soybeans can help farmers meet USDA soil conservation district plan targets for crop residue cover. Packaged in the industry standard 140,000 seed per bag.  Plant one bag per acre drilled or 1.5 bags per acre broadcast.

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