Start Date

1-12-2010 12:00 AM

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Research is never done. New questions remain as soon as we address the old ones. With that in mind, our corn research program at Iowa State moves in step with our extension program. In most cases, our research results feed directly into our extension programming. In this article, we present draft abstracts and data from three of our nearly-completed projects. We welcome your comments on these as well as the next research questions that need addressed!

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https://doi.org/10.31274/icm-180809-31

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Dec 1st, 12:00 AM

New corn research findings and implications: Performance of era and modern hybrids; Hybrids for corn following corn; Impact of late vegetative stand reduction

Research is never done. New questions remain as soon as we address the old ones. With that in mind, our corn research program at Iowa State moves in step with our extension program. In most cases, our research results feed directly into our extension programming. In this article, we present draft abstracts and data from three of our nearly-completed projects. We welcome your comments on these as well as the next research questions that need addressed!

 

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