No one knows the unpredictability of Iowa weather better than Iowa's own corn and soybean producers. Previous thoughts of early-season drought quickly have turned to concerns about flooding and saturated fields. Most of the corn acreage across the state has been planted and recent rains have raised questions regarding the survivability of small corn plants exposed to saturated or flooded conditions.
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Farnham, Dale E., "Corn survival in wet conditions" (1999). Integrated Crop Management News. 2180.
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