Corn performance studies are conducted annually by plant science researchers at Texas A&M University to provide growers in Texas with precise data on hybrid performance in various areas throughout the state.

The trials determine which varieties of crop have higher yields or are more drought tolerant, heat tolerant, disease resistant, or display other desirable characteristics. Choosing superior hybrids that are well suited for a particular region is crucial for increasing productivity and profit. Both grain producers and industry can use the information to choose the best varieties for production or sale in different target regions.

The variety test results coming in from Texas A&M AgriLife Research and will be updated here and also on X (formerly Twitter) @TexasCorn.


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