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David and Dan Folsom – Corn

In all our years of farming, we’ve never seen results like we did in our 2013 Latham Hi-Tech Hybrids test plot. Final results documented a 1,585-foot strip of 12 rows of LH 6255 VT3 PRO at 312 bushels and 18.9% moisture. Another 1,472-foot strip in the field weighed in at 19.2% moisture and 316 bushels per acre. Even more incredible, a 300-foot strip of LH 6255 VT3 PRO at 415 bushels per acre. Needless to say, we’ll be planting more Latham Hi-Tech Hybrid corn products next season!

David and Dan Folsom – Corn

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Managing Soil Erosion

Soil erosion resulting from heavy rainfall events and wind leads to the loss of essential soil nutrients and soil carbon. Eroded soil and the loss of organic matter essential for supporting crop growth can damper corn and soybean production and reduce yield. Across the Corn Belt, an observed 20% increase in rainfall has led to a 40% increase in soil erosion. Record breaking flooding across the Midwest has further exacerbated erosion.

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Every grower tends to have a different strategy of when to begin cutting alfalfa. Some cut on a certain date in May no matter what and continue the cycle every 28 days. Some growers wait until the alfalfa has reached about 10% bloom, which historically provides a good balance between the highest yield without compromising quality.

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