Joe Lauer, Corn Agronomist
Wisconsin farmers are in the thick of corn harvest. With the delayed frost, some are finishing up silage harvest, while others have begun grain harvest. Early yield indications are good in many areas that had reasonable spring planting dates. Average yields of hybrids gown in the early- and late-trials at Galesville were 221 and 234 bu/A. However, the trials at Marshfield we had to abandon due to June flooding, and the trials at Chippewa Falls will be quite variable due to drought.
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