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Corn Date of Planting and Maturity in Central Iowa

By Mark A. Licht and Zack Koopman

Abstract

Inevitably, every year corn planting gets delayed or needs to be replanted because of weather somewhere in Iowa. Even if corn planting starts and progresses in a timely manner, there always is the question of what maturity should be planted. This trial was setup to determine what maturities are well suited for a given geographic location, but also how maturity selection should be adjusted as planting dates get pushed into late spring

Topics: Agricultural Science, Agriculture
Publisher: Iowa State University Digital Repository
Year: 2017
OAI identifier: oai:lib.dr.iastate.edu:farmprogressreports-1336
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