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Dangerous corn ear rots: Fusarium

Corn is a host plant for a relatively large number of pathogens, over 50, which invade all organs of the plant from the time of germination to harvest, and infections on grains and corn ears often continue during harvest preservation. Pathogens contribute to the degradation and quantitative and qualitative decrease of production on average by… Read More »

Dangerous corn ear rots: Aspergillus

Corn is the crop with the most extensive use in animal feed and human nutrition. Therefore obtaining some healthy productions, particularly free of attacks by pathogens like fungi that produce toxins such as Aspergillus or Fusarium is of particular importance for human and animal health. Aspergillus is a common ear rot that attacks the corn… Read More »