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Tar spot is a fungal disease in corn caused by Phyllachora maydis. The disease causes black specks to form on the leaves.
nsects of concern in soybeans include below-ground feeders, sap feeders, and defoliators.
Southern rust is caused by the fungus Puccinia polysora and while it is considered a tropical disease, it can occur in the Midwest and Eastern Canada.
Corn injured by hail or green snap (brittle snap) can be harvested for silage; however, there are some factors that should be considered.
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