To help farmers and agronomists identify, scout, and manage corn diseases a new Corn Diseases booklet, published by Iowa State University Extension and Outreach, is now available to crop producers and industry […]
Don’t be fooled by that handsome stand of corn flying past your windshield. Delve deep into the field, peel back some husks and the stresses of the season may quickly […]
Mississippi: Corn Disease Calendar Updated Apr 11, 2016
MSU has updated their corn disease calendar to include additional diseases as well as time of observation based on growth stage.
Kentucky Corn: As Harvest Nears, Watch for Red Flags Aug 17, 2015
Fall harvest is drawing nearer and many growers are optimistic, but there is a very high potential of corn lodging before reaching 13% moisture.
Our above average rainfall this season has obliged most of our grain crops. Although many of our Hale & Swisher fields are later than we would prefer, irrigation systems have […]
Heavy rain and ponding in Indiana corn fields this spring have increased the prevalence of two minor diseases of corn, crazy top and Physoderma brown spot. These diseases are rarely […]
This is shaping up to be another “interesting” year for corn in Missouri and most of the Midwest. Prolonged periods of wet weather and then flooding delayed planting or led […]
Recent warm, wet weather has favored development of foliar diseases in corn and other crops. Northern corn leaf blight has been confirmed in southeastern Virginia over the past week, and […]
Trying to decide whether or not to spray fungicide on your corn? First, you should scout for diseases.
Illinois farmer Adam Watson is playing the waiting game when it comes to corn disease this year. Unrelenting rains across most of the Midwest have resulted in very early outbreaks […]