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  • This agronomic photo shows corn fibrous, modified, and penetrating roots.

    Match Roots, Seeds and Soils to Increase Corn Yield

    What’s going on beneath the soil often dictates how a crop looks above ground. In corn fields, that translates directly to root quality. When a hybrid’s root type is paired properly with soil type, the two agronomic characteristics team up to help maximize yields. Although corn roots typically grow 2 feet to 7 feet deep – generally however deep it takes to find moisture – roots are traditionally characterized into 1 of 3 classes, one…

This agronomic photo shows young waterhemp.
This agronomic photo shows corn infected by gray leaf spot.
This agronomic image shows corn leaf infected by northern corn leaf blight.
This agronomic photo shows the weed palmer amaranth.
Hickman, CA photo
This agronomic photo shows the weed wild oats.
This agronomic photo shows horseweed (marestail).
This agronomic photo shows a cotton seed care demonstration planting in Bay, Arkansas.
This agronomic photo shows a close up of the kochia weed.