Last week we worked with Terry Haines to harvest his plot near Galesville (See photo of his plot below). He had 12 varieties, and before we started the plot Terry said that he was not too hopeful of seeing any great yields. This was due to the fact that the plot was planted late, in poor conditions, then it had a lot of erosion from frequent pounding rains. Once the plot was started we could see many areas with missing plants. But to our surprise we had 4 varieties that came in over 200 bushels! One of our Croplan varieties, 4099SS/RIB, came just over 207 bushels per acre. Great job Terry!
Please let any of us know in agronomy if you have any yield checks, side by sides or plots that we can help you check in the upcoming weeks. Please have a safe fall harvest! — Rob Shields