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Gearclash
Posted 2/11/2019 17:18 (#7314228 - in reply to #7313750)
Subject: RE: 15" corn


Sioux County, NWIA
I wouldn’t hesitate to plant 20"or 15” corn for silage. My brother has been doing that for around 5 years now. He does a small scale test plot every year and one thing that gets checked is how his number planted in 20” rows does in 30” rows. The 20” rows are most years 1-3 tons per acre better. At worst they are the same. One thing about 15” vs 20” is that it is near impossible to follow 15” rows with a rotary corn head. 20” is okay.

Edited by Gearclash 2/11/2019 17:19
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