The average yield of corn per acre in Pennsylvania is approximately 150 bushels. The average soybean yield is 40 bushels per acre.
A lot of guys will tell ya a bushel to a bushel and a half per acre but i like to put out 2 bushels to the acre for a good stand.
Corn has 10 Chromosome pairs
I read some place that you can have about 350
Corn fits this definition by wind.
My favorie was feeding corn, oats, peas, and other seeds to a horse and seeing how many came out.
For the 2009 crop season, Texas' average corn yield was 108 bushels per acre.
The five-year average corn yield for North Carolina is 109 bushels per acre.
Around 140 bushels per acre. See http://www.nass.usda.gov/Statistics_by_State/Minnesota/Publications/County_Estimates/2009/corn09.pdf
How many bushels of what? Corn? Barley? Wheat? Rice? Please be more specific when asking these types of questions.
You should achieve 183 bushels per acre, therefore 549,000 bushels for 3000 acres
That depends on many factors including corn cultivar, variety, soil type, precipitation, farm management, fertility level, and pest control, just to name a few. The number of bushels in one acre can range anywhere from 0 to over 300.
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Around 150 bushels per acre average in 2010 according to Farm World: Corn yield was off greatly from 2009 figures in all Farm World states except Michigan, where it increased from 148 to 150 bushels per acre in 2010.
57.9 bu per acre
Depends on a lot of factors- but the average yield of well cultivated corn is 160 bushels per acre. A bushel of shelled, dried corn is 56 lbs. That is 8960 pounds, or about 4.48 tons.
The US nationwide average corn yields are:Grain -- 150 bushels per acre, or 4.2 US tons per acreSilage (forage) -- 21 US tons per acreYields can vary quite a bit by state, location, and year. For example, the record high corn grain yield was just under 400 bushels per acre.