What Happens if I Plant Corn for Silage Late?

What Happens if I Plant Corn for Silage Late?

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Timing for planting corn for silage varies tremendously as you move north to south or east to west. As a rule of thumb – the earlier the better. It’s best to get corn silked and grain filled before hitting the peak of the summer heat and/or the dry spell of the mid-to-late summer.

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