Selecting corn hybrids for 2013

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Due to this year's highly variable growing conditions, it is even more important to look at hybrid performance over a wide geography and span of years. Remember not to put too much emphasis on the results of any one plot or side-by-side. The accuracy of predicting the best hybrid performance increases as the number of locations increases.

Source: DuPont Pioneer



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