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Moldy Corn May Only Get Worse

Mold problems in standing corn will get worse until the corn has dried to about 20 percent moisture or grain temperatures drop below 40 degrees, says North Dakota State University Extension Service agricultural engineer Ken Hellevang.
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Soil Tests, Not Yields, Tell Fertility Needs

Crop producers may have shied away from making phosphorus or potassium applications last year due to high fertilizer prices, but don’t let bumper corn and soybean yields fool one into thinking an application this fall may not be needed.
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Look What's Feeding On Corn Rootworms

Agricultural Research Service (ARS) entomologist Jonathan G. Lundgren, while exploring no-till corn fields at night, has found a very different group of predators than the ones that feed during the day. It turns out that these night-time predators have a great appetite for corn rootworms, the most costly pest of corn in the world.
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Wet Fall Will Impact Weed Control

As with everything else, the extremely wet conditions we have experienced this fall will have an impact on your winter annual weed populations and also on your plans for managing these winter annual weed populations.
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