|2011 Virginia On-Farm Corn Test Plots (formerly VCE pub #3012-1521)||
Corn hybrid selection is becoming increasingly challenging. With more seed companies and more GMO options and seed treatment packages than ever before, it can be very difficult to decide which hybrids to plant. We evaluated early season hybrids (107 day RM or less) and mid season hybrids (108-112 day RM) at 5 locations and full season hybrids (113 day RM or more) at 3 locations. In a year where rainfall patterns in general favored later hybrids, across all locations the mid season and full season hybrids averaged 20 bushels per acre or more than the early season hybrids. Corn producers should continue to plant hybrids across all maturity ranges as a method for spreading out risk to adverse weather.
|Dec 9, 2011||ANR-2|
|Soybean Rust Incidence and the Response of Soybeans to Fungicides in 2008||Nov 19, 2009||2911-1420|
|Soybean Rust Incidence and the Response of Soybeans to Fungicides in 2009||Dec 21, 2010||3012-1520|
|Virginia On-Farm Soybean Test Plots 2009||
The purpose of the publication is to provide research-based information to aid in the decision-making process for grain producers in Virginia. It provides an unbiased evaluation of certain varieties, management practices, and new technology through on-farm replicated research using producer equipment and time. The plot work and analyzed results enable those producers to make management decisions based on research and provides them a greater opportunity to improve yields and profits, which can improve the quality of life for them and their families. The success of these on-farm plots is very dependant on the cooperative effort of the producer and the assisting agribusiness.
|Mar 24, 2010||3003-1441|
|Virginia On-Farm Soybean Test Plots 2013||Jan 22, 2014||ANR-101NP|