Should you try twin-row corn?

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Twin-row corn has gained interest as a way to potentially increase yields without some of the difficulties and costs of switching to narrow rows. For this reason, Pioneer Hi-Bred conducted extensive on-farm research in 2010 comparing yield in twin and 30-inch rows.

To learn their results, and evaluate whether you should try this technique, check out this edition of Crop Insights. It reports the results of those studies, as well as other Pioneer and university studies evaluating twin-row corn production.

Source: Pioneer Hi-Bred International, Inc.



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