Root lodging may occur when root growth is insufficient to fully anchor the corn plant against the force of the wind.
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Featured Agronomy Articles
Anthracnose in corn can be present as a leaf blight, top die-back, or stalk rot.
Gray leaf spot is favored by high relative humidity and prolonged leaf wetness, but can be managed with corn product selection, fungicides, residue management, and crop rotation.