Pick more resilient com hybrids

November 2015
Nebraska Farmer;Nov2015, Vol. 157 Issue 11, p42
The article offers tips from crop specialist Bob Nielsen and disease control specialist Kiersten Wise on how corn farmers can reduce input costs in 2016 without sacrificing yields through selection of more resilient corn hybrids.


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