Jul 26, 2014
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5 New Reasons to Attend Corn College

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Why You Can’t Miss A July Legacy Project Workshop

Your farm’s succession plan is important, but it is hard to make it urgent. You can do just that by attending a Farm Journal Legacy Project Workshop later this month. MORE>
 

Upper Hand for Soybeans

The environment is a driving factor when building soybean yield components and managing pests.  MORE>
 

Rotation Remix

Corn takes a back seat to other crops MORE>
 

Sorghum Steps Up

Genetic engineering has made water-stingy, sorghum-based forages more productive, with feeding qualities that rival corn MORE>
 
 





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    In a perfect world—with ideal growing conditions—today’s seed corn genetics can produce a whopping 500 bu. per acre. With the average corn yield in 2013 at 158 bu. per acre, the question lingers: How do we capture the other 346 bu.?
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    The lion’s share of corn seed for U.S. farmers is produced in the heart of the Corn Belt, but that’s not the only place.

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