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After 18 years of promoting ultra-narrow-row corn in 15-inch spacings, Marion Calmer is now looking at a world where corn is produced in 12-inch rows. The Alpha. Ill., no-tiller and owner of Calmer Corn Heads shows new innovations in hybrid developments and equipment innovations that may allow no-tillers to squeeze those corn rows down even more.
Calmer has joined forces with Harry Stine of Stine Seeds to successfully grow and harvest 12-inch corn on a commercial scale in 2012. He shares how agronomic practices may need to change in a 12-inch-row system and how the spacing may allow for seeding populations of 48,000 or more that is needed to get to 300-bushel corn yields.
(Total Run Time: 1 Hour 4 Minutes; File Size: 46.2 Megabytes)
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