The number of acres planted to corn rootworm (Diabrotica spp.) (CRW) resistant corn (Zea mays L.) hybrids have increased in recent years. The CRW resistant corn hybrids may have a greater yield potential because of reduced stress from CRW larval feeding resulting in larger root systems. Many agronomists believe higher N rates are needed to achieve the greater yield potential associated with these hybrids. However, larger root systems of CRW resistant hybrids could result in greater N use efficiency and perhaps a reduced N fertilizer need compared to non-CRW resistant hybrids.