With corn pollination complete and grain fill well underway, estimates of corn yield are being made across Iowa. On July 20, Corn Yield Predictions was written to provide an insight into corn yields forecasts based on the weather and management through pollination. This article is discussing a revised corn yield forecast now that grain fill is underway. The aforementioned article gives the background on the collaborative team, management/location assumptions and Hybrid-Maize model.
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Licht, Mark A., "Revised Corn Yield Forecasts" (2014). Integrated Crop Management News. 864.
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