|Location||Gothenburg, NE||Planting Date||6/17/19|
|Soil Type||Cozad silt loam||Harvest Date||10/26/19, 11/12/19, 11/18/19|
|Previous Crop||Soybean||Potential Yield
|Tillage Type||Strip tillage
Effect on Yield (Figure 1)
Grain yield generally improved until the product RM reached 106 days and then became more variable.
Even though the 101 and 106 RM products were not mature on the freeze date they still provided more yield than the earlier RM products.
The 111 and 116 RM products froze at earlier growth stages, causing the products to be lower yielding.
Effect on Moisture Content at Harvest (Figure 2)
Effect on Test Weight (Figure 3)
1Frost. 2014. Corn agronomy. Where science meets the field. http://corn.agronomy.wisc.edu/.
2U.S. Standards. Subpart D—United States standards for corn. 1996. United States Department of Agriculture Grain Inspection, Packers and Stockyards Administration Federal Grain Inspection Service. https://www.gipsa.usda.gov/.