Variable climatic conditions, innovations from biotechnology, acquisitions and mergers of seed companies, and rapid evolution of new hybrid lines means that unbiased crop performance information is increasingly important to Colorado corn producers.


2015 Results



  • Akron (data unusable)
  • Dailey (data unusable)


High Plains Journal- Spring Crop Reports


Making Better Decisions: Annual Colorado Corn Hybrid Performance Trial Technical Reports by Year (PDF)


Related Links
Colorado State University
Colorado State University Extension
Department of Soil & Crop Sciences
Colorado Agricultural Experiment Station
College of Agricultural Sciences
Colorado Corn Growers Association

Best Management Practices for Colorado Corn
KSU Corn Production Handbook

Corn Results from Nearby States
Kansas State University
Texas A&M University
University of Nebraska-Lincoln