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While cool temperatures are not necessarily “good” for pests (they need heat units to develop too), conditions that delay growth do leave the crop in a vulnerable stage for a longer period of time.

CHEBANSE, Ill. — Steve Byarley had some constraints at the start of this season, not wanting to plant corn into cold soil. This part of Easter…

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