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Montgomery, E.M. and C. W. Pugsley (1910) Testing Seed Corn. (Press Bulletin (University of Nebraska (Lincoln campus). Agricultural Experiment Station), No. 32)
Testing every ear of seed corn will cost about 5 to 10 cents per acre, and may mean 5 to 10 bushels per acre increased yield. Do it now before the rush of farm work. In many parts of the state not one-half the seed corn will grow. Reports from Farmers' Institutes in various sections indicate that the vitality is very low.