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Tag Archives: black layer
A number of fields have reached physiological maturity and a lot more are approaching rapidly. Folks are busy getting their combines ready to roll now and it won’t be long before we see corn harvest starting on a wide scale. … Continue reading
Southern rust was found this week in Dillon County. Though this would normally be a concerning disease, it has come so late that few growers will have to worry much about it. The vast majority of our corn is either … Continue reading
Our oldest corn fields in the Pee Dee have made it to black layer (physiological maturity). Nothing left to do now but harvest once we get near 15.5% moisture. This has been the most favorable corn season in several years. A lot … Continue reading