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Crop yield can be improved by ensuring adequate nutrient availability.
Band fertilizer placement may cause non-uniform distribution in the soil. Why does this matter?
Growers Planting Pioneer® Brand Hybrids Win 50 Percent of National Titles in 2011 Contest Des Moines, Iowa (PRWEB) December 21, 2011 DuPont congratulates
The practice of deep banding fertilizer is growing in popularity as more growers turn to strip-till.
Scientists at the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) are studying soil moisture levels and other field dynamics to help Pacific Northwest famers maximize the production of corn, a relatively new regional crop that helps support Idaho's growing dairy industry.
Among Seven Growers Breaking 300 Bu/Ac Barrier, Six Win with Pioneer Hybrids Des Moines, Iowa (Vocus) December 17, 2010 DuPont congratulates David K.
BOONE, Iowa, Aug. 31 /PRNewswire/ -- Trimble (Nasdaq: TRMB) announced today new and enhanced variable rate and boom control options to the versatile Field-IQ(TM) crop input control system.
Two years into a study looking at methods of combining a living cover crop between corn rows shows that yield can be maintained at high levels using environmentally friendly practices.
It might not look like there's much going on in those roadside corn fields, but a Purdue University researcher has shown that corn plants are in a fierce battle with each other for resources.
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