During the past weekend hail storms once again wreaked havoc on corn and soybean fields across Iowa. Much like hail damage last month and last week, growers have an option to spray fungicides to protect remaining leaf tissue. We wrote an article last month walking through a fungicide decision on hail-damaged crops at that point in the growing season. Much of the information in that article remains relevant.
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Mueller, Daren S., "Making Fungicide Decisions on Hail Damaged Crops" (2009). Integrated Crop Management News. 557.
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