Producers are beginning to aggressively chase 300 bushel corn. As elusive as it may seem, all the elements are there to make it a reality. Genetics, planting strategies and all the inputs and fungicides are necessary to get where we need to be are more readily available to producers than they ever before in history. As Agronomist Ken Ferrie of Crop Tech Consulting puts it,” 300 bushel potential is already in the bag”.
In this episode of the Corn School we talk to Ken about some of the basic things we can do in order to fully realize the potential in those bags from planting all the way to harvest.
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