IDC bean for tough Minnesota acres. Very strong emergence and early establishment serves you well. Generally gets good height even in the difficult acres.
BSR and SDS susceptibility. Don’t plant this bean first.
If you have some IDC problem areas or even whole fields, this is a great choice. Plant it towards the tail end of soybean planting on your farm. Soygreen is another shortterm strategy to help this year’s crop until drainage and soil pH can be fixed. In SDS areas, this bean responds well to ILeVO seed treatment.