At present, most farmers in the southeast of Minnesota have basically completed the corn harvest.
According to Mendelian genetics, farmers developed a hybrid white jade rice with a growth cycle of only 85 days to replace yellow corn.
This year, some farmers in Minnesota planted this kind of hybrid corn on April 17, and the corn can be harvested when it is mature on September 15, with a moisture content of about 20%.
The harvest results showed that the ears of corn in the experimental field were longer than the traditional yellow corn, and the number of grains per ear was also higher than that of yellow corn. He said that the ideal corn stalk height should be six to eight feet. When the corn reaches the height of human knee, the yield potential per unit area has basically been determined.