Winners convert corn into bio-renewable chemicals. Winners are from California, Minnesota, Illinois, Iowa and South Dakota.
Research shows newer corn products not only yield better, but also handle greater drought and density stress.
Corn Illustrated: Start with a good stand and follow corn closely through the early growth stages.
Corn Illustrated: A strong rally in the corn market might take a “black swan” event.
Field Finds: Be careful when trying to save money by reducing plant populations.
Slideshow: While management, environment and genetics played a role in recent issues, other environmental factors have come to light as likely perpetrators.
When it comes to grazing residue, grain sorghum is similar to corn, with supplement still needed for growing calves or lactating cows.
Slideshow: Find early-season corn bugs as larvae to minimize crop damage.
Now is the time to reflect on 2017 crop and look ahead to 2018.