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Boomsma, C.R., Santini, J.B., West, T.D., Brewer, J.C., McIntyre, L.M. and Vyn, T.J. (2010) Maize Grain Yield Responses to Plant Height Variability Resulting From Crop rotation and Tillage System in a Long-Term Experiment. Soil and Tillage Research, 106, 227-240.

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  • TITLE: Factors Impacting Corn (Zea mays L.) Establishment and the Role of Uniform Establishment on Yield

    AUTHORS: Lindsey Novak, Joel Ransom

    KEYWORDS: Planting Conditions, Uniform Plant Establishment, Corn Yield

    JOURNAL NAME: Agricultural Sciences, Vol.9 No.10, October 31, 2018

    ABSTRACT: Information from actual farm fields can help corn producers understand the value and importance of establishing uniform crop emergence and within-row plant spacing. Thirty-eight fields planted with corn (Zea mays L.) by North Dakota producers were evaluated to determine the effects of uneven plant emergence timing and within-row plant space variability, as well as identifying contributing factors. Rows within a planter’s width with the most variability yielded 6% less than the least variable rows. Individual ear weights decreased as the number of days after normal emergence (date when 50% of plant stand emerged) increased. Ears next to within-row gaps (>30.5 cm) weighed 11% more than the normally spaced plants. Combined ears from both plants situated