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Late Season Corn Diseases
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loss. Resistant hybrids are the
best method of control.
Nitrogen deficiency is a
common late season problem
that is characterized by an
inverted yellow “V” that begins
at the tip and moves toward the
stalk. Some N deficiency on the
lower 2-3 leaves near the brown
silk stage is normal and indi
cates your N fertility program is
The lesions of gray leaf spot resemble small paper
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