Potash helps corn survive and thrive in warmer climates: Part III

As those of us who live in the South know, it gets hot in the summer time. And, while Mid-south farmers plant corn early to escape the hotter summer temperatures as much as possible, corn still needs a certain level of heat tolerance. That’s where potash comes in, says David Hula, as he explained to farmers attending the Corn University in Greenville, Miss.


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