The Big Show Corn Cam at DMACC

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Wyffels WHO Plot


Another season of the corn cam into the weigh wagon. Thanks to Wyffels for their participation and Van Wall Equipment for the lease of the combine. Contact Doug Pooch for plot results and to discuss Wyffels Hybrids 515- 321- 9268.

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​Flying on Rye Crop Cover


​Thanks to Iowa Cover Crop for flying on this year’s rye cover crop! The DMACC Dallas County Farm uses cover crops to suppress weeds in rotated soybean acres, and as a forage to graze cattle on in the fall and early spring months.


Corn cam looking good! 


​​Corn Cam looking good at pollination!



Finally getting some heat units for growth and development.

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After 2 Weeks


Looking like a great start to our 2020 growing season. 36,000 nicely spaced plants with hybrid W7878.






Special thanks to Wyffels for sponsoring the Big show corn cam at the DMACC Dallas County Farm

Plant date : 4/23
Hybrid: Wyffels W7878
Relative Maturity :114 day
Trait Package: Smart Stax
Note: 3 replication trials with and without insecticide (Aztec) added 2 replications with W7876VT2 (same base genetics, different trait package) w / wo insecticide

Thank you to DMACC farm Coordinator Michael King, WHO Broadcaster Bob Quin, Brent Tharp and Eric Wilson Wyffels Agronomists, and Doug Pooch Wyffels DSM.

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