Sep 30, 2014
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Capture Yield In Full Circle

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.?  MORE>

Eliminate the Guesstimate

New tool recommends N rates based on real-time analysis MORE>

Soybeans Reign Supreme

After taking a backseat to corn for the past several years, soybeans are in the spotlight for 2014. MORE>

Crack the GMO Code

Potential labeling solutions fail to satisfy critics MORE>

Corn Belt Marches North

A growing number of Canadian farmers are ramping up corn production, but the real growth is still five to 10 years out.  MORE>


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