Posted by donjr on October 04, 2012 at 12:51:21 from (188.8.131.52):
In Reply to: Re: Which corn? posted by young tractor on October 04, 2012 at 12:20:30:
I don't want to yank you around, but areas are different. I'm in the mid Atlantic Piedmont. Hybrids on the eastern shore don't do as well here, but ony about 50 miles distant. Plus, your end use- silage, picking and shelling- can make a difference in what hybrid you select. Look at test results, show plots, and field days, then pick out what you think will work best for you. Talk to your neighbors, and find out what is working for them. There are so many hybrids, so many traits and types, that, armed with the best data and information, it's a real crap shoot at best. What did great this year, may be the worst next year. Try to plant three different hybrids, take your best shot, and hope for the best. That's some of the fun of farming!
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