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COLUMBIA, Mo. — The University of Missouri’s Variety Testing Program faced some challenges from the weather and coronavirus disruptions in 202…

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As harvest wraps up across the region, winter preparation and planning for next year begins.

Trying to choose the right variety to plant can be overwhelming, but keep in mind a few key characteristics to look for.

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Brookings-based agronomist Steven Dvorak started Veritas Seed Data to give farmers and the rest of the industry access to a master database of the corn hybrid performance data.

How should we go into 2020 as far as managing Southern rust is concerned?

Southern rust is caused by Puccinia polysora, which produces fuzzy, raised structures called pustules on leaves and stalks of corn. They are mostly found on the upper leaf surface, which can help distinguish it from the less damaging common rust.

Corn plants in many areas are showing poor stalk quality that may indicate a need to scout fields to determine which may need to be harvested first, or earlier than planned to avoid losses due to lodged corn.

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