Topic: Discussion Board - Re: Which corn?
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Never trust a salesman. Talk to an agonimist. I go to my local coop and review data from their test plot / field day with the resident agronomy guy and go from there. They have all the soil maps and can help point you in the right direction. They have the best side by side comparisons of any I have been able to find. They plant a bunch of brands with a wide range of maturity. They will even pencil out the profit per acre on each varity that I am interested it. The one the yields the most isn"t always the best choice, if it is high in moisture at harvest it may cost more in drying costs or delay harvest late into the fall. I prefer my coop agronimist because he doesn"t make his money only selling seed.
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