Lodged Corn Stands Up
July 27, 2021
In Nebraska, a strong wind lodged a customer’s corn about two weeks ago. Now we notice brace roots established under the leaning side, and the corn has stood back up. Quite unusual, and these fields are heading towards a 300 bushel yield.
The crop’s resilience to stress has strengthened, due to biological inputs (microbes and Pacific Gro Sea Phos). The plants are signaling their needs, getting help from the soil biology, and performing more as nature intended.
Corn brace roots, that helped lodged corn stand back up
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