When corn planting is delayed due to inclement weather and poor field conditions, you can still take advantage of the compressed growing season and achieve reasonable yield results by adjusting your hybrid selection and managing cropping activities with later planting dates.
Data from Emerson Nafziger, University of Illinois. Used by permission from the Illinois Agronomy Handbook, 24th Edition (2009), Publication C1394, University of Illinois Extension.
To manage delayed planting scenarios, start by prioritizing your planting schedule and knowing the maturity recommendations specific to your area. For more information, contact your local Mycogen Seeds commercial agronomist or trusted agronomic adviser.