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2024 Seed Corn Plantability Guidelines

BY Dairyland Seed Agronomy Team

Optimal planting accuracy and plant stand establishment can be achieved with all seed sizes and shapes, regardless of seed treatment recipe and environmental conditions, through careful planter aid usage and planter adjustments. Dairyland Seeds' Corn Plantability Guidelines can be found here.

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