ears of corn showing signs of kernel tip abortion
No one wants to think about it combine firesHowever by putting a fire plan in place farmers can keepnbspthe busy harvest season from going up in smokenbspAccording to Michigan State University Extension in a study of nearly 9000 combine fires 413 percent were caused by crop residueManaging the dust and crop residue left behind on engines and the inside of the machine can be key to stopping it from happening to youOriginally posted by Michigan State University Extensionnbsp
Ripe corn being harvested
Soybean pouring from combine into waiting truck.