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Soybeans quality could suffer from wet harvest season

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This wet harvest season may wreak havoc on the quality of soybeans this year. Iowa State University’s Dr. Charles Hurburgh presents the challenges to us.

Hurburgh says beggars cannot be choosers when it comes to getting the crop in.

With the back and forth wet and dry, beans will face a new threat.

Hurburgh is concerned if the rains do not relent, we could be looking at a rare occurrence of molding beans.

That was Dr. Charles Hurburgh of Iowa State University. Tomorrow, we will look at the threat to corn.

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