Planting units spaced 12 inches apart form a field's narrow rows.
Corn planted in 12-inch rows can pump plant populations as high as 60,000 plants per acre.
Short stature marks the inbreds that Warren Stine, corn product technical adviser for Stine Seed Company, works with for launching hybrids designed for narrow rows.
Left: Holden Nyhus (far left), Michael Koenig, and Stuart McCulloh (right) developed the ScoutPro app.
A mobile app helps corn and soybean crop scouts and farmers better assess pest levels and crop conditions.
Corn rootworm knows how to thwart the control measures in its path.
Web-based tool helps this Indiana farmer nix harvest bottlenecks and better manage grain inventory.
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