Anyone have info on the 2nd year N contribution from legumes? I had a
field that last year had food grade soybeans (yielded 45 bu.) on the one
side and sweet corn that was no-till planted into vetch/crimson clover
on the other side. In the fall I seeded both sides of the field with
rye. Now this spring, the side that had the vetch/clover last year is
noticeably more lush. The beans gave some N I'm sure, but the legume
gave more apparently. I just thought this observation was interesting
and wondered if anyone else had similar findings.
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