PS111 Corn Diseases III | University of Missouri Extension

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Cooperative Extension Service and Vocational Agriculture Service
University of Illinois

This publication features 13 full-colored photos of common disease of corn to help you determine the cause of damage.

The reverse side provides information on each disease. The descriptions include where and when the corn is susceptible to damage and the type of damage caused.


  • 2,4-D
  • Alachlor injury
  • Ametryn
  • Atrazine
  • Bacterial stalk rot
  • Banvel
  • Basalin
  • Benzoic acid injury
  • Bladex
  • Botryosphaeria zeae
  • Chlorine injury
  • Corn diseases
  • Cyanazine
  • Dicamba
  • Dinitroaniline injury
  • Ear rot
  • Erwinia chrysanthem,ethal fluralin
  • Evik
  • Floride injury
  • Fluchoralin
  • Fungi
  • Gray ear rot
  • Head smut
  • Lasso
  • Lethal nerosis
  • Maize chlorotic mottle virus
  • Maize dwarf mosaic
  • Mold
  • Oxyzalin
  • Pendimethalin
  • Penicillium
  • Penicillium kernel rot
  • Penicillium seedling blight
  • Princep
  • Prowl
  • Rhizopus
  • Rhizopus ear rot
  • Simazine
  • Sonolan
  • Sphacelotheca reiliana
  • Striga asiatica
  • Surflan
  • Treflan
  • Triazine injury
  • Trifluralin
  • Wheat streak mosaic virus
  • Witchweed


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