Increasing grain yields in Mexico

Grain yields can vary in the United States, but they can even more so in countries like Mexico where the availability of fertilizer and infrastructure can be widely disparate. Jaime Mijares, who works for Monsanto in Mexico, discussed the issues faced by corn or maize growers in the country during a presentation at the media event held by Monsanto in St. Louis. Later, he discussed those with Farm Press Editor Forrest Laws.


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