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Late Season Corn Scouting

Daren Mueller , Adam Sisson , Alison Robertson , Erin Hodgson , Kristine Schaefer , Mark Licht , Clarke McGrath

The Late season corn scouting card is a record keeping tool that outlines diseases, insects, and disorders that occur to corn plants from R2 (blister) through R6 (physiological maturity) growth stages.

Pages / Length: 6
Publication Date: 05/2012
Available Inventory: 3590

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