Welcome to the 2014 Cooperators & Research Results

Below you will find a list of the 2014 Cooperators.

Trial results authorized for publication will be listed first.
Just click on the trial to review the results.  If the Cooperator did not authorize publication for their trial on our website, you will find the Cooperator’s contact information for your inquiries.
Crops raised at the IRF in 2014 included
Irrigated Corn
Irrigated Grain Sorghum
Irrigated Soybeans
Irrigated Sugar Beets
Dry Land Corn
Dry Land Grain Sorghum
 
and for fun, the IRF Staff grew some pumpkins and Indian Corn.
Rainfall during the growing season at the IRF was 16 inches.
PLOTS SUBJECT TO HIGH WINDS
Weather, daytime temperatures and other factors affect data results, as in any year.  To see weather information for the growing season, you may go to www.coagmet.com, select ‘Monthly Summaries’, select date, ‘Month’ and ‘Year’, select a station, ‘YUM02′, and ‘SUBMIT’.
The Irrigation Research Foundation strives to record and control these factors where possible.
Not all of these factors are measurable or recognized.
RESEARCH COOPERATORS INCLUDE:
AgroLiquid
AgriGro * * * Published Results
AgXplore
Amway * * * Published Results
Aurora Cooperative * * * Published Results
BASF Corporation * * * Published Results
Bayer Crop Science
Borregaard LignoTech
Centennial Ag Supply * * * Published Results
Conklin
Cytozyme Laboratories * * * Published Results
Dow AgroSciences
Humalfa * * * Published Results
Grower’s Source LLC. * * * Published Results
LG Seeds
Max Systems LLC. * * * Published Results
Monsanto
Nachurs
Nutra-Flo
ProGreen Ag, LLC.
Rosen’s Inc.
SFP
SoilBiotics * * * Published Results
Sono Ag Products
Stoller USA
Sure Crop Fertilizers
Syngenta Crop Protection
Talc USA * * * Published Results
West Central, Inc. * * * Published Results

2014 Average Yields


Fertilizer Cooperators

Equipment Technology Cooperators

From our ‘Crops’ page you can view results by crops.

Circle A:  Strip-Till completed 4/1 2014
Planting completed by 5/6/2014
Harvest completed by 11/2/2014
Applied water was 7.75″ to 8″

Circle B:  Strip-Till completed by 4/6/2014
Planting completed by 5/28/2014
Harvest completed by 11/4/2014
Applied water was 7.75″

Circle C:  Strip-Till completed by 4/5/2014
Planting completed by 5/4/2014
Harvest completed by 11/5/2014
Applied water was 5.75″ to 8″

Circle D:  Strip-Till completed by 3/27/2014
Planting completed by 5/4/2014

Harvest completed by 11/3/2014
Applied water was 7.75″

Circle E:  Strip-Till completed by 3/26/2014
Planting completed by 5/5/2014
Harvest completed by 11/3/2014
Applied water was 7″

Field F:  Planting completed by 6/3/2014
Harvest completed by 10/18/2014
Applied water is unable to be measured on the Drip Irrigation

Dryland:  Strip-Till completed by 3/27/2014
Planting completed by 6/3/2014
Harvest completed by 10/25/2014
Applied water is 0

Lateral:  Strip-Till completed by 3/27/2014
Planting completed by 5/6/2014
Harvest completed by 11/6/2014
Applied water was 7″ to 7.75″

Newbanks:  Strip-Till completed by 4/6/2014
Planting completed by 5/6/2014
Harvest completed by 10/30/2014
Applied water was 5.5″ to 9″

Applied water varies by trials and needs of the plants and soil.

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