Start Date

18-11-1998 12:00 AM

Description

Each growing season has unique weather conditions that exert a strong influence on diseases. The prominent weather conditions that contributed to disease problems in Iowa com in 1998 were: an unusually mild winter, very wet weather in June, and drier-than-normal conditions late in the season. The early spring was also very wet, which affected planting dates and caused some seedling disease problems, but not on a widespread basis.

DOI

https://doi.org/10.31274/icm-180809-596

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Nov 18th, 12:00 AM

Corn Diseases in 1998 - Management and Research Update

Each growing season has unique weather conditions that exert a strong influence on diseases. The prominent weather conditions that contributed to disease problems in Iowa com in 1998 were: an unusually mild winter, very wet weather in June, and drier-than-normal conditions late in the season. The early spring was also very wet, which affected planting dates and caused some seedling disease problems, but not on a widespread basis.

 

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