Diplodia ear rot may show up in some cornfields as they approach maturity. The abundance of wet weather around the silking period provided opportunities for infections to occur.
This ear rot appears as white cottony fungal growth between kernels, usually progressing from the ear shank upward and from the cob outward.
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