Issues like aflatoxin infections can still lead to crop losses even as the combines start to roll in the Corn Belt, especially in what’s expected to be a “challenging fall” for corn and soybean farmers. It’s a call for farmers to confirm insurance coverage and be ready to get in touch with their crop insurance agents ASAP in the event of potential losses, especially after a drier-than-normal growing season and given the potential for fall harvest weather disruptions. Many fall crop issues should be reported to your agent before you harvest a field, one specialist reminds farmers. See more here.