2022 Multi-County Regional Corn Hybrid Investigation | Yield Results

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As we draw closer to the end of 2022 we will soon turn our attention to making crop production decisions for next year. Chief among those decisions is hybrid selection for your soil, weather, and management practices.

Take a look below at the 2022 Regional Corn Hybrid investigation results for Bertie, Hertford, Martin, and Nash counties. This year these N.C. Cooperative Extension County Centers teamed up to provide unbiased research-based knowledge on regional corn yields to their constituents. We’d like to extend a thank you to all the companies that provided inputs for this investigation.

For Bertie County this investigation relied heavily on the support of the Peanut Belt Research Station (PBRS). The efforts of PBRS and their continuing collaboration with Bertie County Cooperative Extension is greatly appreciated.

Although 2022 was a tough year for corn production in Bertie County there have been pockets of grain yields running at or above the county average. In total the Bertie site received 21.9 inches of water with 18.65 inches from rainfall, and 3.25 inches of irrigation.

2022 Multi-County Corn Hybrid Yield Results – Bertie, Hertford, Martin, & Nash

Page 1: Corn hybrids are listed for all four sites with the top three yielding hybrids indicated. The average yield across the four sites and corresponding rank is also shown.

Page 2: Plot information including site, cooperator, agent, and management practices.

Also, check out the 2022 statewide corn hybrid results on the NC State Official Variety Testing website: 2022 NC State Corn OVT Results

Expanded corn performance data and information can be accessed through the Variety Selection Tool

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2022 Corn Hybrid Plot Harvest @ PBRS

If you have question please contact Edward Godfrey III or Billy Barrow at 252-794-5317