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Root rot of sweet corn in western Oregon Public Deposited

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  • In the past decade, Oregon produced on average 344,000 tons of sweet corn for processing on 43,000 acres annually, which ranked the state fourth nationally. Most Oregon sweet corn is grown in the Willamette Valley where, along with green beans, it is a mainstay of the processed vegetable industry. However, reduced yields in sweet corn plantings over the past several years have led to declining profits for many growers.
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