Corn School – Good Roots Help Corn Through Tough Times

A little trouble now may help you deal with a lot of trouble down the line. That’s exactly what happened when corn in Ontario went through a dry spell in late May and early June. That dry period caused corn in those fields to develop deep and dense roots. Fast forward now to the six-week period of hot and dry weather Ontario faced and you see that root mass paying off.

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In this episode of the Corn School, Ken Currah of PRIDE Seeds takes us through another of the 300 bushel challenge fields. This time Ken takes us through a field near Turkey Point, Ontario to look at how root mass and the corn plants own internal drought protection mechanisms may help to preserve yield through tough times.

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