Formulating a plan for 300-bushel corn yields
It is hard to imagine, but every bag of seed corn planted has the genetic potential to produce 600 bushels of grain or more per acre.
That is not easy to accomplish, but a crop producer should be able to consistently achieve at least half of that potential. It begins with a plan for a whole new level of profitability.
For years, crop producers have been focused on gaining 5 to 10 bushels of yield per acre. If it has taken more than 15...
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