Tar Spot Disease in Corn Takes to the Midwest

​​Since it was first identified in the U.S. in 2015, a fungus known as tar spot has continued to infiltrate the Midwest. With above-average moisture this spring, farmers should be on the lookout for the disease. Thankfully, there are practices farmers can implement, including earlier fungicide application, that offer the best ROI potential.

Hear from Channel Technical Agronomist Daniel Lundeen on some of the practices farmers can put into action.

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