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Diseases of dent corn in the United States

A. J. Ullstrup

Diseases of dent corn in the United States

by A. J. Ullstrup

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Corn,
  • Diseases and pests

  • Edition Notes

    Caption title.

    Statementby Arnold J. Ullstrup
    SeriesCircular / United States Department of Agriculture -- no. 674, Circular (United States. Dept. of Agriculture) -- no. 674.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination34 p. :
    Number of Pages34
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25516845M
    OCLC/WorldCa15799772

    • Corn should be planted when soil temperatures are near 50°F and are expected to rise. In soils below 50°F, seeds readily absorb water but will not initiate root or shoot growth. This may lead to increased early season diseases, insect feeding, and herbicide injury if poor seedbed conditions persist. Therefore, it is better to wait. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

      Most dent corn grown in the U.S. winds up as animal feed, though because of its soft starch, dent corn is used as a grain in products like chips and masa (a corn flour used to make corn tortillas). Dent corn is also used to make moonshine and bourbon. The majority of corn grown in the U.S. is yellow dent corn, though you may also find dent corn. A type of corn that is named for the indentation on the top of the kernels that develops as the corn dries in the field. Most of the corn grown in the United States is dent corn, which is also known as field corn. Dent corn is low in sugar content and high in starch with kernels that are very firm.

    U.S. Durum (DU) wheat (Triticum durum) production is primarily in North is the hardest of all wheats. Its high protein content and gluten strength make durum good for pasta and bread. Durum grains are amber-colored and larger than those of other types of wheat. Bacterial leaf streak is a fairly new disease in the United States, and has been detected at low levels in parts of Northern Illinois for several years. This bacterial disease is predominantly borne on corn residue, and is dispersed locally to surrounding plants by driving rains and potentially wind.


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Diseases of dent corn in the United States by A. J. Ullstrup Download PDF EPUB FB2

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Ullstrup, A.J. (Arnold John), Diseases of dent corn in the United States. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Dept. Recommended Resources. What's on Your Seed. Seed treatment component chart compiled by the University of Wisconsin; Fungicide Classification Chart - from Take Action a table to aid in the selection of appropriate fungicides to use to help prevent fungicide-resistance; Detecting and managing new foliar corn diseases in the U.S.

- American Society of Agronomy - IPM Institute of North America (PDF). Dent corn also known as yellow dent corn, Reid's yellow dent corn, white dent corn is a type of field corn with a high soft starch content. It received its name because of the small indentation ("dent") at the crown of each kernel on a ripe ear of corn.

It is a variety developed by central Illinois farmer James L. Reid. Reid and his father, Robert Reid, moved from Brown County, Ohio to Species: Zea mays. in the United States in on dent corn in seven counties in northwest Indiana and 10 counties in north-central Illinois.

The disease was detected very late in the growing season and no yield loss was reported in fields where the disease was first confirmed.

Ina yield-reducing epidemic of tar spot occurred in northern. L.L. Diseases of dent corn in the United States book, M.S. Zuber, in Corn (Third Edition), Dent Corn. Modern dent corn in the United States originated from the hybridization of a late-flowering southern dent called Gourdseed with early-flowering northern flints.

Dent corns are characterized by the presence of vitreous, horny endosperm at the sides and back of the kernel, whereas the central core extending to the crown of.

Corn has to survive a number of disease threats throughout the season, such as gray leaf spot, northern corn leaf blight, tar spot and common and southern ng these diseases early is essential to keeping your corn crop healthy and protecting your yields.

Corn, or maize, a cereal cultivated in most warm areas of the world, has many varieties. The United States, the principal producer of corn, cultivates two main commercial types, Zea indurata (flint corn) and Z. indentata (dent corn). The plant grows to a height. Dent corn has hard, "flinty" sides composed of horny starch [1], with soft starchy tops and cores that allow the ends to collapse or "dent" when the corn dries.

Varieties of dent corn are the most widely grown types in the United States and used for oils, syrups, grits, meals, flours, bio.

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Dent is a cross between flour and flint corn (more specifically, Gourdseed and early Northern Flint), and most heirloom corns from the Southeast and Midwest states are dent corns.

Most varieties of dent corn are yellow, although there are white varieties as well which tend to command a premium price in the dry milling industry.

The fat content of corn ranges from 5–6%, making it a low-fat food (1, 5).However, corn germ, an abundant side-product of corn milling, is rich in fat and used to make corn oil, which is a. White food corn hybrids are dent corn with specific starch properties typically contracted and sold to dry-mill processors and used in alkaline cooking processes for making masa, tortilla chips, snack foods, and grits.

White food grade has a limited wet milling use for food grade starch and paper uses. close to average yields observed in traditional corn producing states (Table Intro-1). The Corn and Grain Sorghum Research Verification Program (CGSRVP) is contributing significantly toward increasing state corn yields.

This program began inand is funded. Dent corn also known as yellow dent corn, Reid's yellow dent corn, white dent corn is a type of field corn with a high soft starch content. It received its name because of the small indentation ("dent") at the crown of each kernel on a ripe ear of corn.

It is a variety developed by northern Illinois farmer James L. Reid. Reid and his father, Robert Reid, moved from Brown County, Ohio to. Dent corn. Dent corn is also called field corn. What it looks like: Dent corn is almost always yellow in the United States, but a few varieties are white.

Characterized by its dented appearance. To them, it was an unnecessary step. In places where corn became the primary staple, people started getting this “strange disease” that caused skin lesions, neurological problems, and death. This disease was pellagra. In the Southern United States. So, seventy six percent of the field corn grown in the United States is used for cars and grain-fed meat.

11 percent is used to make processed corn products, i.e. corn syrup, corn flour, and corn starch. ’s corn crop in the U.S. was worth $ billion at an average price per bushel of $ ’s crop was worth more than $ billion.

Several diseases, as well as other problems that look like diseases, have been confirmed in corn samples from around the state.

These diseases can be difficult to differentiate from each other and from abiotic causes. This story offers photos and brief descriptions to aid your diagnosis before making treatment decisions.

The United States’ most important crop, corn, is grown on a massive scale. The size of the crop influences environmental health, the country’s food system and diet and what fuels the nation’s automobiles.

This series explores corn’s role in contributing to factory farmed meat and obesity, how little of the crop gets directly eaten by. If you have celiac disease remember, corn is one of the many great gluten-free grain options! TIME TO EAT! Intact whole corn kernels, like popcorn, can be stored in the pantry for 6 months and in the freezer for up to a year.

Whole corn flour or whole cornmeal can be kept in the pantry for 3 months and in the freezer for 6 months.Rotate crops and remove or till under crop debris.

If the disease has been severe in your area, check with your local Extension agent for a preventive fungicide program. In this blight reached epidemic proportions, wiping out 15 percent of the total United States corn crop, for an estimated loss of one billion dollars.

Insects.Only two virus diseases are currently recognized as infecting sweet corn in New York. They are maize dwarf mosaic virus (MDMV) and maize white line mosaic virus (MWLMV). MDMV has been present in the state since the late s; MWLMV was first recognized in the United States in .