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#3066243 - 12/06/12 01:07 PM Final Report---Eagle Beans vs. Dyna-gro Group 7
jmb4wd
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Just thought Id take a minute to update my old thread about the plot I split in half with Eagle Beans and these Dyna-gro Group 7 beans. Here is the link to the orginal thread. Eagles vs Dyna gro Group 7

Here are some shots from this morning. As you can see, I had a bad weed problem toward the end, mainly marestail. I could have gotten rid of more of the grasses with one more spraying back in the summer.

Dyna Gro on Left and Eagles on right
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You can see the Eagles got really tall despite the dry summer and still managed to produce a lot of pods and good sized beans, even though they are a forage bean.
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The DG group 7's are a long season ag bean. Meaning they are meant to produce beans, and they did. They never did achieve the height of the Eagles, but I didnt expect them too.
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Here is some side by side shots.
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Edited by jmb4wd (12/06/12 01:13 PM)
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#3066368 - 12/06/12 02:45 PM Re: Final Report---Eagle Beans vs. Dyna-gro Group 7 [Re: jmb4wd]
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Thats some good info there
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#3066404 - 12/06/12 03:11 PM Re: Final Report---Eagle Beans vs. Dyna-gro Group 7 [Re: Football Hunter]
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Yeah, that is very interesting. Definitely more beans produced by the Dyno, but the growth of the Eagles was considerably more as far as height is concerned.
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#3066412 - 12/06/12 03:20 PM Re: Final Report---Eagle Beans vs. Dyna-gro Group 7 [Re: BlountArrow]
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Good stuff, thanks for sharing with the group.
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#3066486 - 12/06/12 04:02 PM Re: Final Report---Eagle Beans vs. Dyna-gro Group 7 [Re: Andy S.]
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What was the cost comparison of the two. I see from the original post the cost of the Dyna Gro was $ 65 a bag. It looks like the Dyna Gros made as many or more beans than the Eagles.
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#3066886 - 12/06/12 07:43 PM Re: Final Report---Eagle Beans vs. Dyna-gro Group 7 [Re: Pine Ridge]
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Cool stuff...Eagles are there for beans but looks like a good amount of bean produciton.
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#3066890 - 12/06/12 07:48 PM Re: Final Report---Eagle Beans vs. Dyna-gro Group 7 [Re: BowGuy84]
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Looks like the eagle would be better early season and the dyno would be better late season..,
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#3070096 - 12/08/12 10:03 PM Re: Final Report---Eagle Beans vs. Dyna-gro Group 7 [Re: Pine Ridge]
jmb4wd
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 Originally Posted By: Pine Ridge
What was the cost comparison of the two. I see from the original post the cost of the Dyna Gro was $ 65 a bag. It looks like the Dyna Gros made as many or more beans than the Eagles.


Thats correct, the group 7 were $65 a bag, and eagles run $85 and up dependimg on shipping or retail prices.

It is fact that the DG produced more beans as an ag bean should, but the eagles, more vegatative growth, earlier in the season.
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#3070184 - 12/08/12 11:05 PM Re: Final Report---Eagle Beans vs. Dyna-gro Group 7 [Re: jmb4wd]
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What do you think the results would be if both of these were grown in narrow rows? Might be an idea for next year.
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#3070458 - 12/09/12 08:48 AM Re: Final Report---Eagle Beans vs. Dyna-gro Group 7 [Re: KubotaM4900]
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Good info Justin!
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