Corn Testimonial

Darwin Jeffers of Phillips County, CO used BioLynceus® Lot 125® on his 2010 Conservation Reserve Program breakout planted to dryland corn, and on his dryland wheat crop, in 2011.

The corn made $311 profit over expenses at 82 volume per acre. The wheat made 52 volume per acre, and his worst field yielded 35 volume per acre even after being hailed. In addition to a very profitable crop, he earned the distinction of being crowned the 2011 Corn King at the Haxton Corn Festival.

“There’s no doubt in my mind that Lot 125® had a lot to do with it. I’m putting it on everything next year!”

Darwin Jeffers

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