University of Illinois sampling shows the corn disease is less severe than in 2018, possibly in part due to large prevented planting acreage.
Wet summer prompted the corn disease to appear for the first time in the state.
Heather Kelly discusses three main diseases in cotton and how to treat them if they prove to be a problem for your farm.
Irrigated acres showed good quality and yields, even as mid-September stayed hot with no rain. But dryland acres crashed quickly.
Commentary: Industry has Joel Nelsen to thank for leadership
Soybean Watch: Slideshow outlines how to identify sudden death syndrome.
Fields that show signs of these diseases should be harvested first.
Corn Illustrated: Because different diseases like different conditions, type and prevalence will depend on location.
Corn Pest Beat: Tillage is an option — but only one option.
New level 3 lab near UC Riverside heralded as good step in beating back deadly citrus disease