Twin Row Versus Single Row: Corn & Soybean Results On Raised Beds
4 Dec 2328 min 11 sec

In the Arkansas delta, where cotton was king, cropping systems were dictated by what was good for cotton. When Matt Miles started producing corn in 2006, he planted single row corn on 38 inch spacing on raised beds with furrow irrigation between the beds. Then he experimented with twin rows atop each raised bed and the results have never varied — twin rows trump single rows by at least ten bushels per acre.  Matt and Layne Miles explain the practices they employ to maximize twin row production.   



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