According to the USDA, in 2009 Iowans planted 13.7 million acres of corn.
493 x 0.3=147.9 acres.
Between the two states listed; Nebraska, with 10 million acres planted in 2012, as opposed to PA with only 1.4 million acres planted in 2012. However, NE is only in third place; Illinois planted 12.8 million acres, and Iowa planted 14.2 million acres.
More corn was planted in the US in 1928 than in 1998.1928 - 100,399,000 acres - avg. yield 26.3 bushels per acre1998 - 80,165,000 acres - avg. yield 134.4 bushels per acre
The average bushel yield per acre of corn in the United States is 158.8 bushels. One hundred acres of corn would yield 15880 bushels.
Corn and most other plants are generally planted in dirt.
Iowa farmers planted 13.6 million acres of corn in 2009, yielding 2.42 billion bushels of grain and 4.84 million tons of corn silage.
The frist crop the pilgrams planted was corn
less productive because legumes remove phosphorus from the soil
Iowa. According to the USDA, in 2009 Iowa farmers grew field corn on 13.7 million acres and harvested 2.438 billion bushels of corn.
I think 3 acres, but I'm a stripper.
It depends on weather and field conditions, but late April to early May is typical.
Sorghum, which has competed with corn as a primary livestock feed, yielded only 50.7 bushels per acres in 2002, compared to 72.6 bushels per acre in 1992. Growers planted 9.5 million acres in 2002, compared to the 13,177 acres planted a decade earlier.
THEY PLANTED corn and squash
An example that does not represent biodiversity is the moncrop system of the United States. A field planted in only corn is not a biologically diverse field.
Florida has over 30,000 acres devoted to the production of sweet corn, mostly in the sourthern part of the state; and about 160,000 acres devoted to field corn, mostly in the northern part of the state. See the links below for University of Florida maps showing Florida's corn production.
It is still called corn in my opinion
what was the main crop the pilgrims planted
In 2009, according to the USDA, Nebraska's biggest crop by far was corn for grain production, with over 9 million acres planted.
Not knowing how much seed he has of each I'll just assume so. Planting 250 acres of corn one day and 200 of soy the next day for 18 days alternating days for 4050 acres. After that plant soy in the last 200 acres for the next two days. Bringing the grand total to 4500
A "corn field".
like 9999999999999999999999999999999999.00 billion acres or something.