2021 Crop Tour results: Nebraska

2021 Pro Farmer Crop Tour:
Nebraska Corn

District

Ear Count in

60 ft of Row

Grain Length

Kernel Rows

Around

Row Spacing

Yield

Samples

NE 2

94.57

6.64

16.76

30.86

172.29

7

NE 3

90.08

7.12

16.83

29.72

182.87

78

NE 5

99.92

7.14

16.48

31.15

189.21

26

NE 6

96.44

7.14

16.68

30.18

189.88

100

NE 8

92.30

7.35

16.96

30.60

192.46

20

NE 9

87.20

7.18

16.65

30.16

173.30

113

NE Average

91.95

7.15

16.71

30.18

182.58

344

* Total irrigated: 174, or 50.6%1

2020 Nebraska Corn Results

District

Ear Count in

60 ft of Row

Grain Length

Kernel Rows

Around

Row Spacing

Yield

Samples

NE 2

92.67

7.44

16.00

30.00

182.95

3

NE 3

84.69

7.18

16.42

30.16

165.98

74

NE 5

97.29

7.40

16.00

31.93

180.75

28

NE 6

92.45

7.33

16.63

30.17

186.34

95

NE 8

84.06

6.74

16.52

31.13

149.34

16

NE 9

83.48

7.50

16.75

30.27

173.45

89

NE Average

87.96

7.32

16.54

30.41

175.15

305

 

Three-year Average for Nebraska Corn (2018-2020)

District

Ear Count in

60 ft of Row

Grain Length

Kernel Rows

Around

Row Spacing

Yield

Samples

NE 2

90.37

7.02

16.48

30.00

175.93

4

NE 3

88.83

7.33

16.32

30.11

176.75

68

NE 5

99.91

7.29

16.24

32.14

184.36

23

NE 6

91.80

7.24

16.72

30.16

183.80

101

NE 8

85.18

6.70

16.29

30.84

155.97

15

NE 9

83.24

7.32

16.70

30.21

167.75

93

NE Average

88.69

7.25

16.56

30.34

175.62

304

 

 

2021 Pro Farmer Crop Tour:
Nebraska Soybeans

District

Pod Count in 3’

Soil Moisture

Growth Stage

Row Spacing

Pod Count in

3’X3’ Square

Samples

NE 2

473.20

3.60

4.60

18.00

929.67

5

NE 3

736.85

3.07

4.77

22.66

1,204.13

73

NE 5

849.25

3.95

4.86

25.64

1,240.85

21

NE 6

860.27

3.48

4.97

23.94

1,294.55

98

NE 8

798.93

4.17

4.83

25.33

1,181.33

18

NE 9

798.86

3.15

4.83

24.48

1,199.86

115

NE Average

801.65

3.34

4.86

23.94

1,226.43

330

*Total irrigated: 166, or 50.3%

2020 Nebraska Soybeans Results

District

Pod Count

in 3’

Soil Moisture

Growth Stage

Row Spacing

Pod Count in 3’X3’ Square

Samples

NE 2

783.67

4.33

5.00

22.33

1,266.69

3

NE 3

760.10

3.23

4.99

24.14

1,167.57

74

NE 5

823.32

4.38

4.92

26.23

1,149.43

26

NE 6

886.20

4.26

4.96

25.21

1,301.74

94

NE 8

917.22

4.21

4.71

26.50

1,277.32

14

NE 9

874.78

3.73

4.81

23.15

1,448.30

90

NE Average

846.77

3.86

4.91

24.45

1,297.93

301

 

Three-year Average for Nebraska Soybeans (2018-2020)

District

Pod Count

in 3 feet

Soil Moisture

Growth Stage

Row Spacing

Pod Count in 3’X3’ Square

Samples

NE 2

1024.72

4.78

4.67

27.78

1,290.58

2

NE 3

753.42

4.19

4.87

23.07

1,230.26

68

NE 5

927.89

4.66

4.94

27.41

1,230.61

21

NE 6

854.73

4.61

4.93

25.24

1,256.09

103

NE 8

891.20

4.40

4.93

25.53

1,326.19

14

NE 9

840.44

4.29

4.86

23.81

1,317.18

91

NE Average

833.84

4.40

4.89

24.38

1,269.28

299

 

Nebraska corn data

Nebraska Soybean data

 

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