According to Pioneer field agronomist J.J. Jaehning, it was a highly variable year. “We went into spring with 150-to-250 percent of normal precip from mid-April to the middle of May which kept us out of the field. Guys were pleasantly surprised with some of the yields there were pulling out.” With the long fall season, Jaehning says the corn was dry with good test weights.
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