Root lodging may occur when root growth is insufficient to fully anchor the corn plant against the force of the wind.
Better, Healthier, Stronger Solutions for Your Farm
Since 1918, we’ve been dedicated to offering the best seed technologies to our farming partners. In keeping with that tradition, we’re proud to offer the new Stewart Seeds™ FortiField™ corn products. Hand-selected by your local Stewart Seeds agronomists, these products offer a unique set of agronomic characteristics combined with disease protection to help you succeed this season and the ones to come. Read the full press release.
Better Endurance, Every Step of the Way
Strong emergence and seedling vigor support better stand establishment in challenging conditions, including early planting and high-residue cropping systems.
A strong foliar disease package protects yield potential and can help reduce the need for in-season fungicide application.
Sturdy roots and stalks combined with good late-season health and intactness offers improved plant integrity for ease of harvest.
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Stewart Seeds FortiField Corn Products
Featured Agronomy Articles
Anthracnose in corn can be present as a leaf blight, top die-back, or stalk rot.
Gray leaf spot is favored by high relative humidity and prolonged leaf wetness, but can be managed with corn product selection, fungicides, residue management, and crop rotation.