Pics of a corn field planted on angled rows by Harrod Farms in Darke County. The nitrogen was side-dressed as swine finishing manure at 6,000 gallons per acre using a drag hose and auto-steer. Field will average about 225 bushels per acre. The angled rows take a little getting used to.
Cory Harrod harvesting the field. Plant population was about 33,000 stalks per acre.
The angled corn rows look a bit different. They look more like point rows.
Not used to seeing a 45 degree angle where a 90 degree angle is the norm.
Excellent weed control even though liquid swine finishing manure was used as the sidedress nitrogen source. Stalk strength was excellent as well.
On a normal field, you could look down the corn rows from this view point.