Preventing Corn Field Variabilities

Uniformity is a key factor when it comes to high corn yields. Unfortunately, this is not always achievable during germination, emergence and nodal root formation.

How the Ear Type and Plant Structure of Corn Hybrids Can Impact Yield

The annual corn crop average in the U.S. is 175 bu. per acre. This is noteworthy in light of the fact that premium-quality seed corn has the potential to produce approximately 500 bu. per acre. So why the disparity?

Is Conventional Corn a Viable Option for Farmers?

The Benefits of Conventional Seed Corn