Check maize moisture before clamping

September 2006
Farmers Weekly;9/8/2006, Vol. 145 Issue 10, p35
Trade Publication
The article presents a weather forecast for corn growers in Great Britain as of September 8, 2006. It predicts a dry and warm weather, which could lead to an increase in maize dry matter across the south coast. It advises growers to check moisture by cracking open cobs and looking for the milk line in grains.


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