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Read the latest from Hoegemeyer on stress emergence in corn, or contact us directly to learn more. Growers have long recognized the importance of early planting to maximize corn yield potential. The emerging seedling can experience significant stress levels if early planting is followed by cold, wet weather. As planting dates have moved earlier, the potential for cold soil at planting and cold, wet weather after planting has increased.Read
As the corn growing season transitions from cooler spring-like weather to the heat of summer it is not uncommon to see fields with scattered or multiple plants whose leaves appear twisted or wrapped. Read more from Hoegemeyer here, or contact us to learn more about managing twisted whorls in corn.Read