THE unfavorable weather conditions that have delayed growers from harvesting crops are also increasing the risk for yield loss due to wildlife damage and weak plant integrity, according to Peter Thomison, an Ohio State University Extension agronomist.
Weather-related delays have caused many growers to choose to let corn dry in the field, but the longer the corn sits, the greater the potential for yield loss, he said.
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