Corn is utilized for both grain and silage production in Georgia. Corn requires reliable moisture to attain consistent yields, and much of the acreage is under irrigation.
Hybrids chosen are typically in the 112 to 118 day relative maturity range. Biotech trait options are available for enhanced herbicide tolerance and insect resistance.
Corn is generally a good rotational crop with other summer annual row crops, and its earlier planting and harvest dates allow labor needs to be spread more widely through the calendar.
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