Agricultural Engineering/Agronomy, Central Iowa, and BioCentury Research Farms
Authors: Jim A. Fawcett (Iowa State University) , Lyle T. Rossiter (Iowa State University) , Wayne B. Roush (Iowa State University) , Zack A, Koopman (Iowa State University)
Farmers continue to increase corn planting populations in hopes of increasing yields. Planting too high of a population can result in increased barrenness and thus lower yields, but too low of a population also can result in lower yields. As seed prices continue to rise, it is important for farmers to find a population that maximizes both yield and profit.
How to Cite: Fawcett, J. A. , Rossiter, L. T. , Roush, W. B. & Koopman, Z. A. (2015) “On-Farm Corn Population Trials”, Iowa State University Research and Demonstration Farms Progress Reports. 2014(1).