Corn Newsletter : 2015-07

  1. Author(s): Jim Noel

    April looks to go down as slightly warmer than normal and much wetter than normal except about normal wetness in the far northwest part of the state.

  2. Author(s): Andy Michel

    For the past few years, the Western corn belt has been dealing with populations of western corn rootworm that have developed resistance to two Bt genes: Cry3Bb1 and mCry3a.

  3. Author(s): Peggy Hall, Glen Arnold, CCA

    Ohio’s legislature passed a bill intended to control algae production in Lake Erie and

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