Laredo Soybean Seed - Laredo soybeans are a forage variety of soybean used for summer wildlife food plots, hay and forage plantings. Laredo soybeans are widely used in food plots for deer, turkey, quail and other wildlife throughout the South and Central US. These forage soybeans can reach 4' in height and make an excellent choice for quail habitat and summer wildlife protein.
Laredo Soybeans are preferred by dairies for soybean hay over other varieties. These soybeans offer a black bean that is not a oil type. Not used for cash grain crops. These soybeans are also used for soil building as a a cover crop. Soybeans fix or enrich the soil with nitrogen. Soybeans can fix as much as 40 units of N in 100 days.
Seed Rate: 30 - 40 lbs. per acre; 1 lb. per 1000 sq. ft.
Seed Depth: 1/2 - 1 inch
Planting Time: Spring - Fall
Type: Warm Season Annual
pH: 5.5 - 7
Inoculant: S Type
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