Essentially all corn seed is treated with fungicides to help control seed rots and seedling diseases during germination and early growth.
More recently, foliar applied corn fungicides is a practice some grain producers have utilized in efforts to control diseases, promote growth, and improve yields of their corn crop. According to UK research, benefits of this practice can vary depending on the circumstances.
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