Iowa farmers who planted additional corn acres in 2007 are encouraged to attend upcoming meetings on grain storage and management, sponsored by Iowa State University Extension and the Iowa Grain Quality Initiative. Increased Iowa corn acreage is expected to yield a 15-20 percent higher than average corn crop, according to Iowa State University experts. Higher corn acres also means additional storage is needed for the crop.
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Hurburgh, Charles R. and Hartsook, Christa Lynn, "Meetings highlight grain storage and management issues for 2007" (2007). Integrated Crop Management News. 1024.
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