Planting Corn in 60-in. Row-Widths for Interseeding Cover Crops

This was the second year of on-farm research trials designed to evaluate planting corn in 60-in. row-widths for the purpose of improving the success of interseeding cover crops to the corn in early summer, while maintaining corn grain yield. Fred Abels, Robert Alexander, Nathan Anderson, Jack Boyer, Jeremy Gustafson and Mark Yoder planted corn in two row-widths (30- and 60-in.) and compared interseeded cover crop biomass production and corn yields between the two row-widths.

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FIXatioN Soggy Soils
Lonestar Biomass
Domino Perennial Cover Crop
Grows-via-Rhizomes

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