Better Crops by Barker
Monday, June 10, 2013
John Deere corn, in need of sunshine.
Sun scald on a corn leaf. It is a common occurrence after cold temperatures. The sensitive tissue turns grey when it is exposed to daylight.
This one is courtesy of Dean Shantz. Dew worms pulling corn leaves down their burrow for lunch. No worry because the corn plant will grow faster than the worm can eat.
Frost injury to wheat.
More frost injury.
This twist is due to genetics, not frost.
Prostrate knotweed enjoys damp weather.
As does tufted vetch. An annoying pain that never goes away.
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