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Once germination has occurred, the first part of the seedling to appear will be the radicle. The radicle is a root that will emerge from the germ of the seed. Initially, the radicle’s direction of growth will be dependent on the orientation of the seed, but it will soon align downward at a 30º to 40º angle.
Goss’s wilt has received some recognition this past growing season in areas where we don’t traditionally see it. This disease was identified in Nebraska about 40 years ago and is typically a sporadic Western Corn Belt disease.