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What You Need To Know About Frost and Freeze - 6 Year Study on Yield

Frost and Freeze Impact on Corn Growth Stages. Beck's Central IL PFR Director, Jason Webster, explains the effects a frost event can have on recently planted corn and past findings in Practical Farm Research (PFR)® studies.

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The Central Illinois PFR team is looking at different planting dates through the growing season to find out which planting date gives the highest corn yield. The study will see what happens after a good stand of corn goes through a frost or freeze and how that corn comes out of that environmental event. See the results of the corn planting date study and hear how Jason discusses frost results and what it means to the different growth stages.

For more  Practical Farm Research reports, please visit the Practical Farm Research Page on BecksHybrids.com

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