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300-bushel corn within sight for some Mississippi Delta producers

When Terry Dulaney got in the seed business in 1991, his goal was to, well, sell good seed. Over the years, the goal for Dulaney and its AgVenture partners has changed. The company’s primary aim today is to help its growers increase their actual production history or APH by 20 percent to 30 percent over two to three years. Dulaney talked about that and its 300-bushel yield goal for corn following the company’s annual field day near Clarksdale, Miss.

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