Does the fungicide “Proline” lower vomitoxin levels in corn silage?

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On this week’s episode Mike summarizes the results of a three year project coordinated by Scott Banks in association with the Lanark and Renfrew Soil and Crop Improvement Association. The objective of the study was to evaluate how well a fungicide called “Proline” was at reducing vomitoxin levels in silage corn.

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Resources Related to this episode:

  1. Final Project Report
  2. Mold and Mycotoxin problem in livestock feeding
  3. Mycotoxin surveys in Ontario 
  4. Screen capture of disease search in the pest manager app