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Explore 2023 Minnesota crop variety trials results online
Minnesota Ag Connection - 11/29/2023

The 2023 Minnesota Field Crop Trials, a crucial resource for farmers making seed choices, have been published by the Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station (MAES) and the College of Food, Agricultural and Natural Resource Sciences (CFANS).

These trials, accessible at, cover eight diverse Minnesota crops, provide a comprehensive guide for this year's agricultural planning.

This year's trial includes barley, canola, corn grain, oat, soybean, spring wheat, winter rye, and winter wheat. The University of Minnesota's field crop trials stand as a beacon of unbiased and reliable information, crucial for farmers aiming to boost farm profitability and enhance the quality of life in Minnesota through agricultural advancements.

The tradition of publishing crop variety trials dates back to the late 1880s, with a combined annual publication starting in 1948. Today, the trials are more advanced and wide-ranging, featuring several crops trialed across various Research and Outreach Centers and cooperating farms throughout the state.

This effort by MAES and CFANS underlines the University's commitment to delivering actionable research directly to farmers' hands.

The online availability of these trials makes them readily accessible, ensuring that farmers across Minnesota have the information they need to make informed decisions about their crops, ultimately contributing to the state's agricultural success and economic vitality.

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