Canadian Farmers Benefit from Timely Rains this Season

July 30, 2012 08:33 AM
 

 

A group of Canadian seedsmen with DuPont Pioneer made the trip to Corn College this week to learn more about the fundamentals of growing corn.  They say farmers there are just beginning to add corn to their crop rotations, which typically include some combination of canola, wheat and soybeans. So far, they say their corn crops look good across most of the country and they expect strong yields at harvest. In the following video, they each share some highlights from their respective territories.

 

See full coverage of this week's Corn College events at www.FarmJournalCornCollege.com.
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Thank you to the 2012 Corn College sponsors:
Agrotain, BASF, Great Plains, MANA, Novazymes, Precision Planting, Pioneer, SFP
 
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