Dr. Charles Hurburgh of Iowa State has been sharing his thoughts on what the wet weather patterns are meaning for Iowa grain quality. We discussed what could happen to the beans, and now we talk about the corn.
Hurburgh says too much water or not enough has been affecting the quality of corn all year.
Hurburgh says the rapid maturity of corn did not help its quality.
Hurburgh encourages farmers to be scouting fields with weak corn stands or even downed corn, to evaluate any toxin problems.
To hear the full interview with Dr. Charles Hurburgh click here.