Summer Heat Means More Mycotoxins
You can’t control the weather, but you can mitigate your mycotoxin risk.
Unfavorable weather conditions such as high temperature and moisture allow the natural substances produced by molds to proliferate and produce mycotoxins.
Your existing corn takes on more moisture from the humidity, while the corn in the field is also collecting water. Your sampling may not show an accurate depiction of how much mold is actually in your bins.