Check maize for eyespot in the rain

Buss, Jessica
October 2002
Farmers Weekly;10/18/2002, Vol. 137 Issue 16, p38
Trade Publication
Advises corn farmers in Great Britain to check for signs of eyespot in the crops when harvesting during the rainy season in 2002. Rate of crops drying down in October 2002; Suggestions on how to prevent soil damage during the rainy season.


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