DairyInfo October 2014

Time to start planning for spring!

With the 2014 harvest either completed or still underway, it is time to turn our thoughts toward next spring. What hybrids will you plant? Of the many available hybrids, along with traits and treatments (or conventional), which are the best for your operation - agronomically, climatically and nutritionally?

October 2012

The season-long drought and extreme heat have created conditions prime for Aspergillus ear rot to develop in corn, so growers should scout their fields and inspect their grain, a Purdue Extension plant pathologist says. The fungus, which infects corn ears through the silks or wounds, produces aflatoxin, a toxic carcinogen that also can cause health problems for livestock that consume contaminated corn.




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