Ears on the ground prior to harvest is frustrating and often misunderstood. Pest damage, weather stress, reduced nitrogen (N) uptake, and genetics can all contribute to dropped ears. However, identifying the causal agent may help you implement strategies and management practices to minimize ear drop in the future.
Categories: Agronomy, Agronomy Talk
Tags: harvest, corn, Agronomy, Ear Drop, Corn Yield Limiter