I’ve tried to write pertinent topics that can give you food for thought. Many of you are finished or nearing completion of your corn harvest. Others are working diligently to complete it prior to any appreciable losses. Given the current conditions, I’ve decided to stab at field dry down. Let’s look at how grain dries… Read More Realistic Expectations for Field Dry Down in Corn
As I check around the state, most growers are pleased with better than average corn yields. In fact, yesterday’s NASS crop report suggest Georgia corn growers will harvest a record 181 bushel per acre corn yield. The quality is good and test weights are higher than usual in a lot of cases. Many growers report… Read More Overall A Great Finish for 2020 Corn. Start Strong on Your 2021 Corn.
Weather has been good for getting corn out of the field and some of you may be planning to store your grain. Last week, I put together part one “Be Ready to Store Your Corn-Part 1”. This is the second part of a chapter on storing and protecting corn by Dr. Michael Toews, former UGA… Read More Storing Your Corn-Part 2