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  • This agronomic photo shows corn infected by gray leaf spot.

    Protect Corn Now Before Gray Leaf Spot Strikes

    Gray leaf spot (GLS) has become one of the most yield-limiting diseases for corn in multiple regions across the U.S. GLS pathogens are known for overwintering in crop residue – it only takes a combination of warm and humid weather for GLS to spread and infect a new plant. When scouting, Purdue University advises growers to check corn leaves for small, pinpoint lesions surrounded by yellow halos. Further along in development, lesions become long, narrow…

This agronomic image shows corn leaf infected by northern corn leaf blight.
This agronomic photo shows the weed palmer amaranth.
This agronomic photo shows horseweed (marestail).
This agronomic photo shows a cotton seed care demonstration planting in Bay, Arkansas.
This agronomic photo shows planting demonstration plots for the Grow More Experience site.