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Corn Season is Wrapping Up with Better Yields than Expected in the Western Panhandle

UF IFAS Extension posted a story in their Friday newsletter today describing the better than expected yields they are getting from this year’s corn in the Florida Panhandle. A slow start to the season due to cool and dry conditions left corn plants short until rain returned later in the season. Many growers are reporting 180 bushels or more in terms of yield. You can read more at http://nwdistrict.ifas.ufl.edu/phag/2020/09/04/corn-season-is-wrapping-up-with-better-yields-than-expected-in-the-western-panhandle/.