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On-Farm Research Conference

Collecting Agronomic Production Data


Palle Pedersen
Associate Professor
Department of Agronomy
Iowa State University
Phone: 515-294-9905
palle@iastate.edu

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Summary:

Agronomic data is the basis for most on-farm research, and the most important of these is yield. However, other data such as plant population, date of canopy closure, moisture content, etc. can help explain yield response or may describe commodity quality. This presentation explains how to collect these agronomic data.


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