Article published the September 8, 2021
Article published the December 6, 2017
Soybean (Glycine max [L.] Merrill) is a major world crop and is the second most cultivated crop in the U.S.A. following maize. Soybean production contributes billions of dollars annually to the national economy, providing approximately 21 billion dollars in 2012 (United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization website). Limitations on maximum production are largely due to disease pres ...
Article published the November 16, 2017
The maize ethanol industry continues to grow steadily in the United States, keeping in step with federal government directives for the inclusion of renewable fuels in the U.S. fuel supply. The Energy Policy Act of 2005  and the Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007  bolstered mandates for biofuel inclusion and directed that maize-based ethanol should constitute 57 bil ...
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Article published the September 12, 2012
Aflatoxins are a group of chemicals produced by certain mold fungi. These fungi, Aspergillus flavus and Aspergillus parasiticus, can be recognized by olive green or graygreen, respectively, on corn kernels, in the field or in storage (Figure 1). Although aflatoxins are not automatically produced whenever grain becomes moldy, the risk of aflatoxin contamination is greater in damaged, moldy corn tha ...
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