Wet conditions could result in unusual crop symptoms

Abnormally wet conditions in parts of the Midwest could spawn some unusual symptoms in corn. University of Minnesota Extension integrated pest management specialist Bruce Potter says root rot crop diseases are common when field ponding occurs. “On corn we could see where things have been flooded, see some strange stuff show up. Things like crazy […]

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