The dark green fields that carpeted Iowa’s landscape this summer are very quickly turning brown indicating the end of another growing season. While this color change is not unusual, what is of concern is just how quickly it is occurring. A lot of fingers are being pointed at anthracnose top dieback and/or stalk rot.
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Robertson, Alison E. and Licht, Mark A., "Why is all the corn dying? Is anthracnose to blame?" (2015). Integrated Crop Management News. 1493.
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