FAQ - Ceresco
  • Which soy variety is best for my region?

    The variety of soy to sow should always suit the type of soil and never exceed the specific HU of the region.

  • Why should the planting rate recommended by Ceresco always be followed?
    • To avoid etiolation and the risk of lodging;
    • To ensure proper plant aeration in order to avoid fungal disease;
    • To ensure proper grain processing and stem drying for a good quality harvest.
  • What time of the year is best to sow soybean?

    When the soil reaches a minimum temperature of 10° C and soil conditions are suitable for sowing.

  • Is Natto soy really profitable?

    Yes, because an interesting premium can be obtained and the sowing cost is low. For some early varieties, work can even be spread out over time

  • At what depth should soybean be sowed?

    A depth of 1 1/2″ to 2″ is recommended for the grain to be in damp soil. It is important for seeds to be in proper contact with the soil.

  • How important is it to maintain the cutter bar in very good condition?
    • There is a higher risk of staining soy when a cutter bar is in poor condition, particularly because torn stems can carry soil.
    • In addition, a cutter bar in poor condition can slow down the screw speed in the presence of weeds.
  • How can soybeans become stained during harvest?

    Staining can be caused by dust on gravel roads, weeds or immature soy stems (humid-green), etc.

  • Can soybeans be harvested even in fields infested with Eastern black nightshade plants?

    Yes, when all suitable conditions are met, including:

    • Very mature soybean plants;
    • Dry, hot weather;
    • Preferably after pre-harvest burning.