An agronomist says some farmers should monitor stalk quality heading into harvest.
Trey Stephens with Beck’s says portions of the Corn Belt have damaged corn due to high winds and a derecho earlier this summer. “A lot of it got laid over. Corn is resilient. A lot if it stood back up and I think it’s going to grow through it. Harvesting is going to be tough. That’s the thing we have to talk with our growers about.