Monday Mycotoxin Crop Report for November 2, 2020

November 02, 2020

Corn Crop Highlight

  • Northern region experiences cold weather
  • 72% of corn is harvested
  • Corn development is highly variable within some fields

What does this mean?

The northern part of the country experienced colder temperatures than normal, where winter-like storms slowed fieldwork but increased topsoil moisture. 72% of corn is harvested, 34 points ahead of last year and 16 points ahead of the five-year average. Dry weather continues in California and parts of the high plains, contributing to historically large wildfires. Corn development is highly variable within some fields.

Mycotoxins reports

We have a report of DON in spring wheat in ND, along with reports in wheat.

  • Spring wheat: ND 1–3 ppm
  • Wheat: NC 1-3 ppm
  • Wheat: KS 5-10 ppm
  • Wheat: VA 3-5 ppm
  • Wheat: MO 5-10 ppm

We have a new report of DON in new crop corn in PA.

  • New crop corn: PA 3–5 ppm

We have reports of aflatoxin in new crop corn in the following states:

  • IA: 50-100 ppb
  • KS: 100-300 ppb
  • AL: 50-100 ppb
  • MS: 100-300 ppb
  • NC: 50-100 ppb

We have reports of fumonisin in corn in the following states:

  • KS: > 10 ppm
  • OK: > 10 ppm
  • MO: 5-10 ppm

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Category: Milling & Grain, Science Insights