Fungicide proved its worth in hot and dry conditions
Under stress, a corn plant will “start to cannibalize the stalk” as photosynthesis is not keeping pace with the plant’s needs to fill grain on the cob. An early-season fungicide application helps keep the nutrient and water flow for leaves to maintain photosynthesis and also protect the stalk and middle canopy leaves by delaying disease infections originating from soil inoculum that can virtually climb from bottom leaves to the top leaves of the plant, Myers explained.
“There are a whole lot of cascade reactions that are triggered inside a plant because of the way that Stratego YLD works,” Myers said, which further explains why a fungicide application can result in a yield increase even in situations that aren’t perfect for harboring disease.
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