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"Choosing the Right Corn Hybrids" from North Dakota Corn's blog, "Corn: Technically Speaking"

3/28/17 (Tue)

Choosing the correct corn hybrid(s) for your farm is the easiest way to gain (or lose) bushels, given you have already optimized most other management practices. In a North Dakota hybrid trial data set from NDSU, there was as much as 88 bushels per acre difference between the top and bottom yielding adapted hybrids at a location, and all hybrids entered were available for seed in that or the following year. If you do the quick math in your head you can quickly see how much choosing the right hybrid impacts profitability at the farm level.


To read the full blog article, click here.


Author: Grant Mehring

NDCUC Research Director