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23.00 LBS

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The oldest soybean variety still in production.  The seeds are black in color.  Seed has “Hard Seed” trait not found in any other soybean variety.   Seed size is approximately 7,400 seed/lb. Planting a minimum of 1 bag per acre drilled and 1 ½ bags per acre broadcast.  Use soybean seed inoculant. 

  • Soybean bags contain 140,000 seeds.
  • Plant at least 1 bag/acre if using a seed drill or planter and at least 1 ½ bags per acre if broadcasting.
  • Inoculating your soybean seed is recommended. 1 bag of inoculant treats 1 bag of soybeans.

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  1. Very hardy bean 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 16th Feb 2014

    I planted the Laredo soybeans on 19" spacing with a conventional planter in 2011. They held up well under drought conditions and I had a great deal of volunteer plants in 2012. The black seed coat protects the seed from rotting and these beans remind me a lot of partridge pea in their drought tolerance and hardiness. An excellent choice for deer and quail in my opinion.