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Plant population and row spacing are an important agronomic management practice for corn production In Manitoba, the typical row widths for corn are 30 or 22 inches with plant population density of 26,000 to 32,00 seeds/ac (Manitoba Corn Growers Association guide, 2004)  However, more recently…

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Phenological development in soybean can be delayed when it is grown under long photoperiods (>14 hours) Maturity group (MG) classifications, often not established in Manitoba (MB), are usually based on time (days) or crop heat units (CHU) to maturity, and do not always accurately predict…

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