Corn grown in rows 20 inches or narrower does well in northern areas. It also has potential for other regions.
The nozzles on your sprayer are crucial in controlling pests that can slice the yield potential of your crop.
Rushing to plant in wet soils can seriously slice yields.
No-till, cover crops, and a diverse rotation fit Brian Johnson's family farm in north-eastern South Dakota.
Microbial and biological products may boost crop efficiency and yields, but they can’t do it alone.
Pairing several applications with corn growth helps this father-son team maximize nitrogen.
It’s true, many of your soils already have plenty of nitrogen in them – you just have to figure out how to unlock it.