Hot weather isn’t great for corn pollination

An agronomist in northern Missouri says the hot weather isn’t great for some of the maturing corn. Alex Long with Beck’s says there’s some corn already tasseling in Missouri. “If I could get 60 degree nights and 85 degree days, that would be ideal corn pollinating weather.” But the weather forecast is calling for more […]

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