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As the combine wheels turn and you tally up your 2020 corn yields this fall, it’s a good time to be attentive to not just the merit of your management decisions this year, but how you can plan ahead for next year based on how your crop performed given this year’s unique crop conditions. Ear molds can be a problem during a damp harvest, namely in how they can lead to mycotoxin infections in stored grain. Take note of them as well as damage from insect pests as you run the combine this fall, then apply those notes to seed- and chemical-buying decisions for next year. See more here.


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