Corn Belt


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the midwestern states where corn is grown

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The Corn Belt Region for this study includes any state that exceeded an average annual yield of 150 million bushels for the decade 2000-2009.
The analysis revealed that carbon cycle models - which scientists use to understand how carbon cycles through the ocean, land and atmosphere over time - underestimate the productivity of the Corn Belt by 40 to 60 percent.
These elite hybrids have been screened across multiple years in true drought environments in the Western Corn Belt,” according to Hoegemeyer Corn Product Manager Ryan Siefken.
This is of particular importance in the eastern corn belt, where up to 80 percent of the land in agricultural watersheds are tile drained," he added.
By predicting outcomes on arid rangeland, marginal lands, and more fertile lands like the Corn Belt, ALMANAC can alleviate concerns about shifting acres from food to fuel.
Assuming there are no zombies piloting tractors across the Corn Belt, something has gone awry.
Focus shifted from plentiful moisture supplies across northern and central areas of the Corn Belt to toodry conditions in the southern Corn Belt, Delta and Southeast.
Corn Belt states, ethanol distilleries are taking over the corn supply.
We'll be the largest ethanol production facility out of the traditional corn belt area of the U.
Areas that have been severely affected include agricultural states in the Western Corn Belt, Great Plains, Ohio Valley and Atlantic Coastal Plain.
This system is one-of-a-kind, with access to Gulf Coast ammonia production and deepwater import terminals in Louisiana and reaching farmers throughout the nation's corn belt.
Unlike last year, the increase in intended soybean plantings in the Corn Belt outpaces gains in the Central and Northern Plains this year.
For anyone even remotely interested in the history of swine in America, PIGS from Cave to Corn Belt, by C.
It occurs to me that in the Midwest corn belt, finding a strip of land capable of supporting milkweed that is more than 10 meters wide is an exception.
corn belt lies in the Midwest, the heart of monarchs, breeding range.