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Unformatted text preview: Another way to manage the fungus is by fall tillage, and to harvest corn when the moisture is 15 percent or less. Some steps to go by while controlling diplodia Ear rot would be to make sure that if you are growing corn on corn to select a corn variety that is more resistant to the fungus. In the fall after harvest to make sure that, your corn stubbles are tilled up. Also, hope that there is not too much rain while the ears are filling. Here are many different step and some symptoms to look for Diploida Ear Rot fungus in your cornfield. Daniela Dryer Crop Consultant Work Cite Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs. Diplodia Ear Rot. “Ministry of Agriculture Food and Rural Affairs website: http://www.omafra.gov.on.ca/english/crops/pub811/3erdip . (Accessed January 31, 2008) Lipps, Patrick, E and Mills, Dennis, R. “Diplodia Ear Rot of Corn” Ohio State University Extension. Research report number AC-46-2001....
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- Spring '08
- Maize, Spore, No-till farming, diplodia ear rot