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Produce or yield more than.‘plantations outyield managed natural forest’
- ‘However, at these yield levels, sorghum typically outyields corn.’
- ‘Grain sorghum usually outyields corn up to the 120-140 bushel yield level where adapted.’
- ‘However, four years of data have shown that in south central Nebraska, sorghum outyielded corn by an average of 18 bu/acre.’
- ‘In side-by-side field trials no-till grain sorghum produced larger heads and taller plants and outyielded sorghum grown with more traditional tillage methods.’
- ‘The exception to this is in Europe where conventional grain production tends to outyield organic systems by 20-25%.’
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