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Dangers of drought-stressed corn

This year the Southeast is in good shape, with no drought in the state.  But many areas in the Corn Belt are having problems with moisture this year.  Corn grown under those conditions can accumulate high levels of nitrates, which are harmful for animals that eat it. Growing Georgia published an article last week which discusses some of the problems that drought-stressed corn can have.  You can read it here.

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