It’s no secret that the 2012 drought wreaked havoc on corn fields across the country. What may be less known is the aflatoxin issue that developed as a result. Aflatoxin is a fungal toxin produced by mold that degrades corn quality and is extremely harmful to humans and animals. While hot, dry summers such as 2012 create ideal scenarios for aflatoxin to develop, insect damage opens the door to its proliferation.
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