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Published 15 March 2005

New & Improved Unveiled

R.L. (Bob) Nielsen
Agronomy Dept., Purdue Univ.
West Lafayette, IN 47907-2054
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fter many months of starts and stops, the newly re-designed is finally up and running., aka the Corn Growers' Guidebook, is one of the more comprehensive repositories of corn production information anywhere in the world.

In addition to a "new look" to the site's design, much of the content layout has been rearranged to streamline navigation throughout the site. The search engine for the corny publication database has been completely rewritten to improve the user interface and make it easier for corny patrons to find corny publications of interest to them.

If you have not visited KingCorn itself for a while, I encourage you to do so. In particular, I would very much appreciate your feedback regarding quirks, dead links, bugaboos, gremlins, blank pages, etc that you may find among the hundreds of revised pages. More importantly, I would appreciate hearing your opinions on what could be done to further improve the usefulness of the site.


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