Georgia producer sets new world soybean yield record
It’s not just about yields. It’s the science behind record yields.
A new world record for soybean yields has been set.
Randy Dowdy, a Georgia corn and soybean producer was honored with a plaque from BASF for winning the soybean yield contest.
He set a new world soybean yield record with 171 bushels per acre.
The old record was 160 bushels per acre and belonged to Kip Cullers in Missouri. He had held the record for six years.