Thursday’s USDA Crop Production report increased corn average yield slightly to 168.4 bu. per acre, up 0.2 bu. per acre from September.
The first year of trials included sites in Washington and Nebraska where the companies say they were successful in demonstrating how to turn data into useful, actionable information.
Corn is coming in wetter and with lower test weights than normal. For many farmers this might mean they don’t have the drying capacity to keep up with harvest—but does
Aim for 2% or less yield loss.
Crop Production Report raises corn yield estimate while lowering production estimates for corn and soybeans.
In advance of Thursday’s USDA reports, Indigo Ag released its final corn and soybean production forecast for the season.
Developed by GrainBridge, a joint venture of ADM and Cargill, Stratum is planned for a 1st quarter 2020 launch.