New variety soy suitable for grain, silage

June 4 2018 - 5:30am
Bruce Green, Lawrence via Grafton in a paddock of Hayman variety soybeans that harvested five tonnes to the hectare. The lower Clarence has enjoyed one of the better seasons for beans planted mid December.
Bruce Green, Lawrence via Grafton in a paddock of Hayman variety soybeans that harvested five tonnes to the hectare. The lower Clarence has enjoyed one of the better seasons for beans planted mid December.

The new soybean variety ‘Hayman’ is proving  itself as a multi-purpose option this season with success as silage and grain crops in the high rainfall zone of north eastern NSW.

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