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What is your view on Stine soybeans ? Are they good?

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If you have access to FBN's seed comparison charts, and echoed by my agronomist, Stine genetics are found in many major company's seed portfolios. Not exactly sure what that means, but there is a good chance you are growing Stine beans already.

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Stine genetics are in about two thirds of all soybeans out there, including big companies like Pioneer. There's a reason *********** is a billionaire - he makes as much licensing genetics to other companies as he does selling his own seed. That said, I've never been disappointed with any of their soybeans.

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I’ve got the 4.0 RR for early beans and the 4.4Enlist behind wheat and both are doing very well on 30”, 20” and 10”. It really comes down to fact maturity, plant type (straight line or bushy), nutrients, and planting date on my operation.

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