Utah State University Extension
This report summarizes on-farm performance of irrigated silage corn hybrids at Benson (Cache County) in 2006. The site is at 4439 ft elevation and has a long-term average of 2800 corn growing degree days (50/86° F) per year. Hybrids were seeded with a six-row planter on May 10 at approximately 35,000 seeds/ac into Kidman fine sandy loam. Plots were six rows wide at 30-in row spacing by 1070 ft long in three randomized complete blocks.
Griggs, T. C. and Israelsen, C. E., "Corn Silage Performance, 2006; Cache County, Utah" (2007). All Current Publications. Paper 1307.