Early weed control is critical to maximizing yield potential. Weed competition costs yield and research proves just how much.
Picket fence corn stands – those that are exactingly uniform, have the most potential to produce maximum yields. Even spacing and emergence are of critical importance to maximizing yields.
A new study from University of Illinois may help improve U.S. total yield and grain composition prediction models by estimating total end-season yield by mid-season.
You don’t have to wait until harvest to know how well your seed performed. You can do some early season evaluation to gauge yield potential.