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 leaf blight, top die-back, or stalk rot. Closely monitor fields with leaf blight should conditions favor development of the stalk rot phase of anthracnose.
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.