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When plants are stressed and the leaf area is reduced by disease, drought, or even mechanical damage, they may begin to cannibalize carbohydrates from their stalks, causing them to weaken.
When plants are stressed and the leaf area is reduced by disease, drought, or even mechanical damage, they may begin to cannibalize carbohydrates from their stalks, causing them to weaken.

UNL Extension Highlights the Impact of Stalk Rot on Corn Harvest

Stalk rot has been a point of discussion among many corn producers across Nebraska. Learn more about the impact of this issue, as explained by experts from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

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