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general viewWe've had hot and windy weather this past week (and it's really windy today) and our field continues to develop. Let's look closer at our row that we've marked.

general rowYou can see the plants have added some new leaves. The plants appear to be doing fine.


100close up plantOur plant has added the second trifoliolate leaf. The cotyledon leaves have dropped off, but you can still see cotyledons on other plants. The unifoliolate leaves are still attached, but they will eventually drop off too. This plant is in stage V2 (two fully opened leaves). (V means the plant is in the vegetative stages and the number represents how many leaves are unfolded.)


Soybean Scene

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