NCGA says record corn crop still possible
July 27, 2011 By Ken Anderson Filed Under: Crops, News
Despite growing concerns over the development of the U.S. corn crop, the National Corn Growers Association says a record crop is still possible.
NCGA president Bart Schott says, while it’s doubtful that yields will set records this year, corn growers are still projected to produce a record crop with slightly higher acreage.
Schott says the maturity of the crop is still on track in most areas. He points out that the majority of the crop is of comparable condition as that of 2009, when U.S. corn growers set the current production record.
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