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How Corn and Soybean Hybrids Can Adapt to Weeds and Weather Conditions

Photo: C.J. Miller / Michigan Ag Today.

So far in Michigan, 31 percent of corn and 32 percent of soybeans have been planted according to the USDA’s weekly crop progress report from Monday, May 16.  Even though there is a shorter window for the growing season, corn and soybean hybrids can adjust not only to the shorter window, but also to threats from weeds and weather.

Tom Manney, Technical Agronomist with Specialty Hybrids, discusses how the corn and soybean hybrids adapt to weeds and different weather conditions and gives his thoughts on different corn hybrids that might work best for Michigan farms.

Click BELOW to hear C.J. Miller’s full interview with Tom Manney from Specialty Hybrids.

Click HERE for the full list of corn hybrids offered through Specialty Hybrids.

Click HERE for the full list of soybean hybrids offered through Specialty Hybrids.