Monday Mycotoxin Crop Report for November 30, 2020

November 30, 2020

Corn Crop Highlight

  • New mycotoxin report
  • Rain falls on parts of the Corn Belt
  • Drought intensifies

What does this mean?

The USDA’s November 24 bulletin reported normal and above normal temperatures across a large part of the U.S., with the southwest and plains experiencing the highest departure from average. Cooler weather was experienced in parts of the eastern and northern regions. Rain fell on the southern and eastern Corn Belt, restricting fieldwork. Dry weather elsewhere caused drought to spread and worsen, most notably in the southwest and high plains.

Mycotoxin Reports

We have a deoxynivalenol (DON) report in spring wheat in ND and reports in wheat.

  • Spring wheat: ND 1–3 ppm
  • Wheat: PA 3–5ppm
  • Wheat: OH 3–5 ppm
  • Wheat: ON 1–3 ppm

We have a new report of aflatoxin in new crop corn in OK, along with prior reports:

  • OK 20–50 ppb
  • 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:

  • TN 5–10 ppm
  • TX 5–10 ppm
  • KS > 10 ppm
  • OK > 10 ppm
  • MO 5–10 ppm

We have reports of T-2/HT-2 in new crop corn in Ontario, Quebec, and Manitoba:

  • ON > 1000 ppb
  • QC > 1000 ppb
  • MB > 1000 ppb

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Category: Milling & Grain, Science Insights