Publications

The following literature was produced
by the Minnesota Corn Growers Association.
Research Summary: Volume 1 (2015)

This publication highlights completed research projects jointly funded by MCGA and MCR&PC. Results of these studies are made available to growers in multiple formats, including this Minnesota Corn Research Summary. Growers are invited to apply this information to their own farm operations to help optimize best management practices and increase yield and returns.

Research Directory

This publication provides an overview of research projects jointly funded by the Minnesota Corn Growers Association (MCGA) and the Minnesota Corn Research & Promotion Council (MCR&PC) through the Minnesota corn check-off. Included in this research portfolio are projects that promote the success of Minnesota corn farmers, their families, and Minnesota’s rural economy.

Committed to Conservation

This publication highlights five specific initiatives that will help Minnesota corn farmers achieve the critical goal of environmental responsibility.

 

Conservation in Action

Minnesota corn farmers work hard to protect our land, soil and water resources. Conservation in Action is a collection of stories about the everyday conservation efforts of corn farmers.

Tale of Two Corns

There are two corns in Minnesota and the rest of the United States, and field corn is by far the most common, grown on more than 99 percent of all corn acres. Learn more about field corn vs. sweet corn.

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