June 19, 2019
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SROC will host an Advanced Corn Agronomy Summit on Tuesday, July 16, 2019. This new program focuses on strategies to enhance corn yield and return on investment while mitigating economic and environmental risks. High-yield management with respect to corn development, hybrid selection, tactics for managing crop sequence, soil, and residue within grain cropping systems, and nutrient management will be discussed. This program is planned to be indoors from 9:00–12:40 and outdoors from 12:40–2:00. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. and costs $35. CEUs for certified crop advisers have been applied for. This program is open to the public. Download the event flyer here.
The 2018 Corn Grain Field Crop Trials Results are available now.
- View the pdf of the 2018 Corn Grain Field Crop Trials here.
- View the pdf of the 2018 Corn Silage Field Crop Trials results here.
The Minnesota Corn Evaluation Program is conducted by the University of Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station to provide unbiased information for use by corn growers when they choose which brand of corn to buy and grow. The trials are conducted throughout southern, central and northern Minnesota.
The Minnesota Hybrid Corn Silage Evaluation Program evaluates the silage potential of corn hybrids in Minnesota.