D.R. Hicks, Extension Agronomist
I recently wrote a news release that suggested thinking about replanting might be premature because the reports I had indicated the germinating seeds had roots and shoots that were firm, but growing very slowly. While not a heat wave, the temperatures have been warmer and corn is emerging. However, some corn seeds are rotting and I think growers need to look carefully now at the situation so they can replant if necessary.