Drive for 100 - 4
Pam Smith DTN\Progressive Farmer Crops Technology Editor
Wed Nov 11, 2015 06:18 AM CST

It's been five years since Kip Cullers pulled a soybean yield of 160.6 bushels per acre from the rugged, red clay soils of southwest Missouri. That was more than the national average corn yield that year, nearly four times the national soybean yield average. To date, no one -- not even Cullers -- has surpassed the mark in an official yield contest.

"We can make 200 bushel," Cullers said. "However, achieving those kinds of yields means checking and watching plants twice a day, seven days a week to make corrections in foliar feeding and to precisely apply water. You dang ...

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