Primal Soybeans (Glyphosate Tolerant)
Primal Soybeans will provide a high-quality food source for deer throughout the year. This mix of forage-type soybeans has excellent standability to combat harsh Midwest winters and are shatter resistant, retaining grain for deer to forage on. Glyphosate tolerant soybeans are ideal for reducing weed pressure in a rotation or establishing a new food plot.
Seeding Rate: 50 lbs/acre drilled or broadcast
50 lb bag
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- Seeding Rate:50 lbs/acre drilled or broadcast
- Seeding Depth: 1″ – 1 ½” deep
- Package: 50 lb bags
- Plant into a clean, firm seedbed when both drilling or broadcasting.
- Planting Zones:
- Zone 1: Late Spring, Early Summer (Soil temps > 60°)
- Zone 2: Late Spring, Early Summer (Soil temps > 60°)
- Zone 3: Late Spring, Early Summer (Soil temps > 60°)
- Zone 4: Not Recommended
If maximum biomass is desired, use the fertilizer rates below:
|Recommended Application Rate (Lbs/acre)|
|Soil Fertility Level||Nitrogen (N)||Phosphorus (P2O5)||Potassium (K2O)|
*Rates are recommended if no soil test is taken.
Plant into a clean, weed-free seedbed and consider using the herbicide options below for optimal weed control:
|Timing||Herbicide||Rate||Notes||Weeds Controlled||Control Method|
|Preemergence||Dual II Magnum (S-Metolachlor)||1-2 pts/a||Apply any time after planting||Grasses||Residual|
|Makaze (Glyphosate)||32 oz/a||Apply any time before crop emergence||Grasses & Broadleaves||Contact|
|Postemergence||Makaze (Glyphosate)||32 oz/a||Apply any time after crop emergence||Grasses & Broadleaves||Contact|
|Mongoose (Lactofen)||8.0-12.5 oz/a||Apply any time after emergence to before the R6 stage||Broadleaves||Contact|
|Poast (Sethoxydim)||0.5-1.5 pts/a||Apply before weeds reach 12″ in height||Grasses||Contact|
All products and rates were provided by university-based sources and product labels. Always follow label instructions and consult your local chemical dealer and seed dealer before making any applications or planting of seed.
Food Plot Power™ Tip
Consider planting Primal Soybeans in wider rows to allow for a broadcast seeding of Final Stand in early fall. This will give you the benefits of both a green food source and late-season attractant in one plot.