Farm Science Reporter


Iowa farmers no longer look upon hybrid corn as a new fangled idea that may or may not prove practical. Ten years ago less than 1 acre out of every hundred grown in Iowa was hybrid; in 1941, probably at least 95 acres out of every hundred are hybrid.

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