Variability - Why Does It Happen and What Can We Do About It?

Apr 13, 2020

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Corn Planting Depth 

Variability - Why Does It Happen and What Can We Do About It? 

Planting depth is the first and one of the most important things to prioritize on the road to maximizing yields. Variability in planting depth can happen even in the same field or change over time with the same planter. The most common problem with variability in planting depth is uneven emergence and poor root growth. Although this type of problem may not be very noticeable early in the season, the stress will carry through the entire growing season and ultimately impact yields in the fall. 


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