June 30, 2015 | by: Matthew Harbur
Waterlogged soils in Ohio and Indiana have brought crop growth to a standstill. At best, roots are in anaerobic (oxygen-poor) soils that limit energy for nutrient uptake. Worse, roots may be injured or infested by pathogens such as Pythium and Phytophthora.
How will this crop recover?
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