The Arkansas Corn & Grain Sorghum Board helps fund the Corn and Grain Sorghum Research Verification Program. Click the link to visit their website.Learn more about the Arkansas Corn and Grain Sorghum Board
Corn and Grain Sorghum Research Verification Program (CGSRVP)
2016 is the 17th year for the Corn and Grain Sorghum Research Verification Program which started in 2000 with the formation of the Arkansas Corn and Grain Sorghum Board which helps fund the program through a corn and grain sorghum checkoff program.
Anyone interested in enrolling in the program should contact their local County Extension Agent. Click here for county offices information.
This year there will be corn fields in Clay, Lincoln, Prairie, Pope, and St Francis counties. A joint River Valley field will be grown in Conway County. The grain sorghum fields are in Lawrence, Jefferson and White counties.
Summary of 2016 CGSRVP Information & Inputs
This summary contains agronomic, soil test, fertilizer, pesticide, irrigation and rainfall information for the 2016 Corn & Grain Sorghum Research Verification Fields.
Heat units or Growing Degree Units (GDUs) help predict the growth of corn. Heat units can be used to help with fertilizer applications, predicting tasseling or maturity.
|Summary of heat units for the Corn Research Verification Program - Final|
|Growth and development table of corn in the CRVP 2011-2015|
2019 Corn & Grain Sorghum Weekly Updates
The Arkansas Corn & Grain Sorghum Weekly Updates include updates from Dr Jason Kelley, County Extension Agents from different areas of the state, various state corn and grain sorghum specialists and verification.
Arkansas CGSRVP Annual Reports
The Arkansas Corn & Grain Sorghum Research Verification Annual Report is a summary of the CGSRVP for that year, including summaries of each field, tables with all agronomic information, and economic analysis of each field.
Arkansas Corn Standardized County Hybrid Trials
The Arkansas Corn Standardized County Hybrid Trials is a collaborative effort between growers, County Extension agents, Extension specialists, and industry representatives to increase knowledge on selected hybrids that are being evaluated in the University of Arkansas Corn Hybrid testing program (http://arkansas-variety-testing.uark.edu/). In the trials, producers followed their normal production practices they use on their farms. The cooperation of all producers mentioned in this publication is appreciated. Producers donate time, equipment and hired labor to make these trials possible.