2008 MFA Corn Plots

MorCorn Plots      NK & Dekalb Plots   
Centralia, MO Lexington, MO    Centralia, MO  Lexington, MO 
Chamois,  MO  Mexico, MO    Chamois, MO  Mexico, MO
Glasgow, MO  Perryville, MO    Glasgow, MO  Perryville, MO 
Harrisonville, MO  Rock Port, MO    Harrisonville, MO  Rock Port, MO 
Jackson, MO  Tipton, MO    LaBelle, MO  Tipton, MO 
LaBelle, MO  Washington, MO    Lamar, MO  Weir, KS 
Summary of MorCorn       

Additional 2008 Plots:
MFA New Released MorCorn Plot Data 
MFA MorCorn Replicated Plot - Malta Bend
MFA Freistatt Corn Plot 
UMC MorCorn Comparison North & Central Regions
MFA 2008 NK Corn Summary Report 
MFA 2008 Dekalb Corn Summary Report 

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