Farmers should be careful not to remove too much corn residue this fall
Published 10/14/2008, Worthington Daily Globe
ST. PAUL — In most fields, corn residue remaining after grain harvest is incorporated into the soil with tillage or is left on the soil surface. But corn residue is also becoming a commodity. It’s being harvested by some livestock producers, and there is interest in producing ethanol from corn residue in the near future.Word count: 479
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