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Published on Oct 17, 2016
NCSU's Dr. Jim Dunphy discusses agronomic issues with flood and moisture damaged soybeans. Footage was shot on a farm in Greene County, N.C. that was recently devastated by Hurricane Matthew. Remember, soybeans that are submerged in river or stream water are considered to be adulterated material because of potential toxins from floodwaters and will be rejected by grain elevators.