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Nielsen's CNN Articles - 2004

R.L. (Bob) Nielsen
Agronomy Dept., Purdue Univ.
West Lafayette, IN 47907-2054
Email address: rnielsen at
  1. Mitigate the Downside Risks of Second-Year Corn (Dec)
  2. Stalk Health Concerns (Sep)
  3. Don't Forget: Purdue Agronomy Field Day, 14 Sept. (Sep)
  4. Arrested Ear Development (Again!) (Sep)
  5. High Yield Potential Tempered For Some Fields (Sep)
  6. Don't Forget: Purdue Agronomy Field Day, 14 Sept. (Aug)
  7. Long Ears, Blank Tips (Aug)
  8. Mark Your Calendars for the Purdue Agronomy Field Day (July)
  9. Estimating Corn Grain Yield Prior to Harvest (July)
  10. Tassel-Ears in Corn (July)
  11. Early Detection of Ovule Fertilization Progress in Corn (July)
  12. Yield Loss Potential During Grain Fill (July)
  13. Grain Fill Stages in Corn (July)
  14. Floppy Corn & Related Symptoms (June)
  15. Over-Extended Mesocotyls and Floppy Corn Syndrome (June)
  16. Water, Water Everywhere... (June)
  17. Twisted Whorl Symptoms in Corn (June)
  18. Wrapped & Twisted Whorls in Corn (June)
  19. Soggy Soils, N Loss, & Supplemental Nitrogen Fertilizer for Corn (June)
  20. Corn Hybrid Maturity Considerations for Delayed Plantings or Replantings in Southern Indiana (June)
  21. Determining Corn Leaf Stages (May)
  22. Heat Unit Concepts Related to Corn Development (May)
  23. Use Thermal Time to Predict Leaf Stage Development in Corn (May)
  24. The Roots of the Matter (May)
  25. “Silver Leaf” Symptom in Young Corn (May)
  26. Effects of Flooding or Ponding on Young Corn (May)
  27. Growing Point Location in Corn at Different Growth Stages (May)
  28. Growing Points of Interest (May)
  29. Freeze Injury Potential for Early-Planted Corn (May)
  30. Requirements for Uniform Germination and Emergence of Corn (2004)
  31. Coleoptile Appearance During Emergence (May)
  32. The Emergence Process in Corn (May)
  33. Visible Germination Events in Corn (May)
  34. Visual Indicators of Germination in Corn (May)
  35. Corkscrewed Corn Seedlings (May)
  36. Dry Topsoil Concerns Some Corn Growers (April)