Soybean Planting May 2016

Linda Benedict  |  6/2/2016 8:07:33 PM

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Adam Waller plants soybeans in West Carroll Parish. Photo by Tammi Arender

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Adam Waller, of West Carroll Parish, plants soybeans. Photo by Tammi Arender

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Soybean planting near Arnaudville. Farmers took advantage of dry weather in mid-May to catch up on planting after a series of heavy rains. Photo by Bruce Schultz

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David Bryson stirs fungicide into his soybean seed before planting near Krotz Springs. Photo by Bruce Schultz

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Planting soybeans on the Johnson farm in Ouachita Parish. Photo by Tammi Arender

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Part of a soybean field near Lebeau is replanted because of crop damage caused by heavy rains. Photo by Bruce Schultz

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A farmer plants soybeans near Port Barre in St. Landry Parish. Photo by Bruce Schultz

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After a rain delay, a farmer catches up with soybean planting near Crowley. Photo by Bruce Schultz

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There is a clear demarcation where the flood waters stopped and the corn survived in Jim Moore's field in Franklin Parish. Because it took so long for the waters to recede, Moore planted soybeans on the bare ground. Photo by Tammi Arender

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Planting soybeans on the Johnson farm in Ouachita Parish. Photo by Tammi Arender

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