Two neighboring farms planted within 1 day of each other; what happened?
Good farmer, better farmer
This aerial photo from a reader offers a lesson from this wet spring. Two neighboring northeast Iowa fields, managed differently:
There was some replanting; perhaps not enough. The right-hand field has a 200-bu. continuous-corn yield average and is Floyd and Kenyon loam. The photo was taken in late July.
Things are always so clear in hindsight; what are your thoughts about the contrast in these neighboring farms?