Corn School – Soil Health and Early Planting’s Role in Reaching 300 Bushel Yields

There are a number of different elements that have to come together to unlock yield potential in corn and move it to that coveted 300 bushel mark. As we visit field number 2 of the PRIDE Seeds 300+ bushel initiative, we take a look at one of those factors and the issues that can come with it.

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Soil tilth is something that Staffa, Ontario producer Mark Brock has focussed on this year to unlock higher corn yields. Monitoring and managing the condition of your soil can really help your corn to become well established and can lay the foundation for higher yielding corn. However, as Ken Currah of PRIDE Seeds shows us, managing soil tilth comes with its own set of unique challenges.

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