Agronomic Phenomenon in Corn Strikes Outer Rows of Fields, Strips Yield Nov 10, 2022

    🕔Nov 10, 2022
    Mother Nature routinely sends corn growers production challenges from weeds, insects and disease. Now, she has a trick up her sleeve agronomists are referring to as the “edge effect.” It […]

    Illinois Corn: Impact of Late Planting on the State Average Yield May 10, 2022

    🕔May 10, 2022
    A recent farmdoc daily article examined the impact of late planting on the U.S. average corn yield.  The regression estimates indicated a 10 percent increase in late planting leads to about […]

    Conquer Your Corn Costs – DTN Oct 22, 2020

    🕔Oct 22, 2020
    David Hula listens to his ears. The Charles City, Virginia, farmer and corn yield world-record holder said taking time to really know a hybrid pays off in bushels. The Pioneer […]

    Corn Acres Planted: ‘Rain Washed the Chalkboard Clean” – Bull Market Factors? – DTN Jun 3, 2019

    🕔Jun 3, 2019
    On May 10, USDA estimated a 15.03-billion-bushel (bb) corn crop planted on 92.8 million acres, resulting in a higher ending corn stocks estimate of 2.485 bb for 2019-20, the most […]

    Corn Belt: What’s Ahead? Late Planting and Projected Yields, 2019 May 2, 2019

    🕔May 2, 2019
    Wet conditions in much of the Corn Belt continue to hamper corn planting progress this spring.  The USDA’s most recent weekly Crop Progress report indicated that only 15 percent of the corn […]

    Georgia’s Dowdy Does It Again – Tops 500 Bushels In U.S. Corn Yield Contest – DTN Dec 20, 2016

    🕔Dec 20, 2016
    Randy Dowdy of Valdosta, Georgia, and Dowdy Farms produced two yields in excess of 500 bushels per acre in the 2016 National Corn Yield Contest. It is the first time […]

    Nebraska Corn: Finding the Balance Between Yield and Cover Crop Biomass Dec 6, 2016

    🕔Dec 6, 2016
    Cover crops can provide either ecosystem services or forage benefits but understanding how they fit in cropping systems is still limited. In the US Midwest, fall-seeded cover crops are limited […]

    Corn Belt Yield Projections: Dryland Uncertainty Jul 18, 2016

    🕔Jul 18, 2016
    (Top) A field approaching silking (R1) near O’Neill. (Bottom) A field that has already reached silking near Mead. (Photos courtesy of Nicolas Cafaro La Menza and Agustina Diale; taken on […]

    Kentucky Corn: Planting Date Not as Important as Good Soil Conditions Apr 9, 2015

    🕔Apr 9, 2015
    Chad Lee, Extension Agronomist, University of Kentucky For many producers, spring planting is late. While everyone is anxious to get a crop planted, corn yield may not be as tied […]


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