Corn School – Keep Your Corn’s Momentum with Fungicides

With recent dry conditions slowly sapping the potential from the Ontario corn crop, producers want to protect their corn in any way they can. Leaf disease on top of heat stress can add insult to injury taking even more of your yield potential. A well timed fungicide application, when it makes good economic sense, can not only prevent a wreck, but provide other benefits as well. Those benefits can help you maintain any momentum your corn has and help you to finish as strong as possible.

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In this episode of the Corn School, Rob Miller of BASF gives us some tips on fungicide timing and explains some of the benefits that can be gained from a timely application.

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