The decision of whether we should apply a fungicide to corn in mid-season will depend on two sets of factors. First are the main economic drivers: the value of the corn produced, and the costs of the fungicide and its application. The second factor that balances these is the degree to which yield is actually affected.
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Elmore, Roger W., "Try Side-by-Side Trials to Check Fungicide Impact on Corn Yield" (2008). Integrated Crop Management News. 952.
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