Best of Successful Farming, December 2011
By: Justin Davey
Here are 10 favorite stories from the latest issue of Successful Farming magazine.
Narrow advantage for narrow rows
In theory, corn should be grown in rows less than 30 inches apart. In reality, however, there usually isn't much yield difference between 30-inch rows and narrower rows except in the northern Corn Belt and in other regions when fertility or water are in short supply.