Items Tagged with 'Goss' wilt'


Stormy Weather And Goss's Wilt Go Hand In Hand

Goss’s wilt of corn often is most severe after fields are exposed to high winds and/or hail damage, because the causal bacterium, Clavibacter michiganensis subsp. nebraskensis, readily infects corn leaves through wounds.
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Goss's Wilt Confirmed Across Nebraska

Goss’s bacterial wilt and blight was confirmed in numerous corn samples this week received from counties in south central and eastern Nebraska.
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Leaf Loss In Stressed Corn

As the dry weather continues and the Illinois corn crop rating continues to slip, we've received reports of loss of lower leaves with what seem to be different symptoms than we usually see under dry conditions.
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