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Identifying pests, diseases, disorders and developmental stages in Midwestern corn crops just became easier.
Wind damage early in the season coupled with delayed harvest and rain late in the season have some producers concerned about stalk rot and lodging problems in corn.
Carefully planning for the next crop season can help minimize many corn diseases and the losses they cause. Selecting more disease-resistant corn hybrids and placing them strategically in fields with histories of those diseases is one of the most economical ways to manage diseases.
Several corn ear rots possible this year (09/30/13)
Check out what stalk rots have shown up (09/16/13)
GMOs and corn mycotoxins (09/04/13)
Corn stalk rots (09/04/13)