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Question: I plant soybeans after corn that was grown with a covering of manure, 100# urea and 200# starter. I do not fertilize them and have been satisfied with the results. Would putting fertilizer in the row when planting soybeans be a good idea? If so, what kind and how much?
I sure would not talk about large amounts of KCL in any response to someone asking if in furrow fertilizer is appropriate for soybeans. I think my answer would have been very short: No