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No one knows your fields like Midland Genetics.

Our team conducts more field trials in your area than any other brand, allowing us to observe all of the factors that affect your crop’s performance. Our agronomy library will help you identify threats and how to manage them to complete a successful harvest and increase your farm’s profit.

Compaction in Corn-on-Corn Management

Lodging can complicate corn harvest and may lead to yield loss and problems with grain storage. Ear drooping and stalk lodging may be caused by different factors including: high winds, stalk cannibalization, and stalk rots. Understanding some of the contributing factors and how to most effectively manage the harvest and storage of lodged corn may assist in harvest scheduling and planning for next season.

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Successful Grain Storage

Lodging can complicate corn harvest and may lead to yield loss and problems with grain storage. Ear drooping and stalk lodging may be caused by different factors including: high winds, stalk cannibalization, and stalk rots. Understanding some of the contributing factors and how to most effectively manage the harvest and storage of lodged corn may assist in harvest scheduling and planning for next season.

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Pod Shattering in Soybean

Lodging can complicate corn harvest and may lead to yield loss and problems with grain storage. Ear drooping and stalk lodging may be caused by different factors including: high winds, stalk cannibalization, and stalk rots. Understanding some of the contributing factors and how to most effectively manage the harvest and storage of lodged corn may assist in harvest scheduling and planning for next season.

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Bacterial Leaf Streak in Corn

Lodging can complicate corn harvest and may lead to yield loss and problems with grain storage. Ear drooping and stalk lodging may be caused by different factors including: high winds, stalk cannibalization, and stalk rots. Understanding some of the contributing factors and how to most effectively manage the harvest and storage of lodged corn may assist in harvest scheduling and planning for next season.

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Cercospora Leaf Blight and Purple Seed Stain

Lodging can complicate corn harvest and may lead to yield loss and problems with grain storage. Ear drooping and stalk lodging may be caused by different factors including: high winds, stalk cannibalization, and stalk rots. Understanding some of the contributing factors and how to most effectively manage the harvest and storage of lodged corn may assist in harvest scheduling and planning for next season.

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Stalk and Ear Rot

Lodging can complicate corn harvest and may lead to yield loss and problems with grain storage. Ear drooping and stalk lodging may be caused by different factors including: high winds, stalk cannibalization, and stalk rots. Understanding some of the contributing factors and how to most effectively manage the harvest and storage of lodged corn may assist in harvest scheduling and planning for next season.

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Soybean Lodging

Lodging can complicate corn harvest and may lead to yield loss and problems with grain storage. Ear drooping and stalk lodging may be caused by different factors including: high winds, stalk cannibalization, and stalk rots. Understanding some of the contributing factors and how to most effectively manage the harvest and storage of lodged corn may assist in harvest scheduling and planning for next season.

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Northern Corn Leaf Blight

Lodging can complicate corn harvest and may lead to yield loss and problems with grain storage. Ear drooping and stalk lodging may be caused by different factors including: high winds, stalk cannibalization, and stalk rots. Understanding some of the contributing factors and how to most effectively manage the harvest and storage of lodged corn may assist in harvest scheduling and planning for next season.

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European Corn Borer

Lodging can complicate corn harvest and may lead to yield loss and problems with grain storage. Ear drooping and stalk lodging may be caused by different factors including: high winds, stalk cannibalization, and stalk rots. Understanding some of the contributing factors and how to most effectively manage the harvest and storage of lodged corn may assist in harvest scheduling and planning for next season.

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