As the 2014 growing season draws to a close, agronomists and farmers are reminded to scout for stalk and ear rots of corn. Stalk rots are likely to be a problem this year particularly in fields where leaf diseases occurred and fields with high yield potential. Diplodia ear rot is already prevalent in some fields.
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Robertson, Alison E., "Watch for Stalk and Ear Rots in Corn" (2014). Integrated Crop Management News. 859.
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