Tag Archives: Corn

Calhoun County Corn Hybrid Trials

The Corn Hybrid Trial in Calhoun County was harvested near Port Lavaca, TX on August 19, 2020. These results should be used along with other similar tests from South Texas to help determine the what to plant next year.   A second corn hybrid trial was conducted at another location in Port Lavaca. The results of this trial can be found HERE.      

Southeast Regional Row Crop Initiative Grain & Cotton Marketing Update

Join us June 17, 2020 at 7:00 am Dr. Mark Welch – AgriLife Grain Marketing Specialist Dr. John Robinson – AgriLife Cotton Marketing Specialist Guest Speaker: David Gibson, Executive Director, Texas Corn Producers To Join Zoom Meeting Click Here: Meeting ID: 937 0559 2814 Password: 118219 SERRCI Flyer Invite

Testing for Residual Soil N can Save $ – Corn

Two trials were conducted in 2017 the objective to evaluate the effect of reducing by the amount of residual nitrogen found in soil tests at depths up to 24 inches. Each of these trials were conducted with large plots in grower fields. What follows is the research report for the Corn test. (printable version) Evaluation of Reducing Nitrogen Fertilizer Application by Residual Soil Nitrogen Found to Depths Of 24 Inches in Corn Investigator: Stephen Biles and Geri Kline Cooperator: Clay Brett                            Summary A field research trial was conducted… Read More →

2017 Port Lavaca Corn Performance Trial Results

The Crop Testing Program – Texas A&M AgriLife Research has released the results from a corn hybrid performance trial conducted near Port Lavaca, TX.  Use these results along with other field trials to help you in your hybrid decision making. 2017 Corn Hybrid Results More results will be available in the coming days at this link:  http://varietytesting.tamu.edu/corn/  

Corn and Grain Sorghum Hybrid Test Results

Below are the yield results for the 2017 Calhoun County Grain Sorghum and Corn Hybrid Tests.  These tests should be used along with other similar tests from South Texas to help determine the what to plant next year. Other hybrid test results from Texas A&M AgriLife can be found at: http://varietytesting.tamu.edu/. Both of these test had considerable amounts of variability which resulted in a lack of statistical significance.