Ag Engineering/Agronomy, Central Iowa and BioCentury Research Farms
Farmers continue to increase corn planting populations in hopes of increasing yields. Planting too high of a population can result in increased barrenness and thus lower yields, but too low of a population also can result in lower yields. As seed prices continue to rise, it is important for farmers to find a population that maximizes both yield and profit.
Iowa State University
Fawcett, Jim; Rossiter, Lyle; Roush, Wayne; and Koopman, Zack, "On-Farm Corn Population Trials" (2015). Iowa State Research Farm Progress Reports. 2114.