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Corn is more widely grown than any other Georgia crop. Yields were low until 1948 when hybrids better adapted to Southern growing conditions were developed.

In 2008, Georgia produced 43.4 million bushels of corn for grain and 810 thousand tons of corn for silage. This corn is primarily used for animal feed and is not for human consumption.

Most of the corn production in Georgia occurs in the southern counties. In 2009, corn made up 10.8 percent of row and forage crops.


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UGA-affiliated sites

  • Corn Production
    Resources on managing, troubleshooting and understanding corn production from the University's Grain Team.
  • Georgia Forages: Corn
    Relates to the state's corn production going to grain, silage and biofuel.
  • Impact Statements: Corn
    Descriptions of Extension efforts to improve knowledge and practices related to corn.

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