New reports of mycotoxins in corn and corn silage have been reported as the corn harvest nears completion across the U.S., according to Neogen’s Monday Mycotoxin and Crop Report from November 26.
Ninety percent of corn has been harvested, three points behind the five-year average. North Dakota and South Dakota are the furthest behind average (17 percent and 11 percent behind, respectively). Illinois, North Carolina and Tennessee have completed their harvests.
There are new reports of zearalenone in corn and corn silage from New York, Nebraska and Iowa. Previous reports of zearalenone in corn silage came from South Dakota and Vermont.
A new report of fumonisin in corn came from Pennsylvania. Previous reports of fumonisin in corn have from Kansas, New York, Nebraska, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Texas and Missouri.
No other mycotoxins reported this week
A previous report of DON in corn and corn silage came from Pennsylvania. Previous reports of DON in corn have come from Iowa, Ohio, Michigan, Minnesota, Indiana, New York, Nebraska, South Dakota, Wisconsin and Ontario, Canada. A previous report of DON in corn silage came from Vermont. A previous report of DON in soybeans came from Iowa.
Previous reports of aflatoxin in corn have come from North Carolina, Illinois, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Missouri, Iowa, Texas, Kansas and Georgia.
Previous reports of T-2/HT-2 toxin in corn silage came from Ontario, Canada.
Spring wheat and barley harvests are complete. Previous reports of DON in barley have come from Pennsylvania and Minnesota. Previous reports of DON in winter wheat have come from Wisconsin, Ohio, New Jersey, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Indiana, North Carolina, Maryland, Delaware, Tennessee, Virginia and Illinois.