St. Paul, MN: University of Minnesota Extension Service
Growers are questioning if crops planted in twin rows, a system where crops are planted in row pairs six to eight inches apart and the center of row pairs are separated by 30 inches, yield greater than crops planted in 30-inch rows. This study was initiated to determine 1)if corn and/or soybean yield could be increased by planting in twin-rows compared to 30-inch rows and 2)if the response to planting population differs in twin rows compared to 30-inch rows. Replicated trials were established by Welcome and Wilmont,MN with two producers who had been planting crops in twin rows for a number of years.
Stahl, Lizabeth A. B.; Coulter, Jeff. A.; Naeve, Seth L..
On-Farm Evaluation of Twin-Row Corn and Soybean in Southern Minnesota.
St. Paul, MN: University of Minnesota Extension Service.
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