Learn more about frost damage, at what growth stage corn plants are likely to recover and when replanting may be necessary.
|Preemergence Freeze Injury to Corn
Learn what to look for when freezing temperatures damage corn seedlings prior to emergence.
|Early Season Frost Damage
Get tips on assessing the recovery potential of the plant and determine post-frost management options.
|Corn Stand Evaluation & Replant Decisions
Should you replant or is your stand good enough to meet an economic yield goal? This information will help you assess your situation.
Early Season Root Lodging and Brittle Snap
Learn more about wind-induced lodging and the effects on corn development and grain yield.
Mid-Season Root Lodging and Brittle Snap
Mid-season root lodging is more likely to have an impact on yield than lodging at earlier growth stages. Read about contributing factors to mid-season root lodging and the extent of losses.
Wind Lodging Effects on Corn Growth and Grain Yield
Get an in-depth look at wind lodging effects on corn growth and yields.
Brittle Snap Injury in Corn
Learn more about Brittle snap or green snap, which refers to breakage of corn stalks by violent winds, most often occurring during periods of rapid vegetative growth.