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ks8780
Posted 10/26/2023 13:55 (#10456857 - in reply to #10456801)
Subject: RE: Prussic Acid and Volunteer corn



Jewell County KS
That is what I thought but can find otherwise.

https://www.drovers.com/news/beef-production/prussic-acid-warm-seaso...

From the above article.

"The plants that have the most issues with prussic acid poisoning are (in order of susceptibility) grain sorghum (most), johnsongrass, corn, sorghum-sudan hybrids, and finally pure sudangrasses. Millets (such as pearl millet) do not produce prussic acid, but are nitrate accumulators."

Edited by ks8780 10/26/2023 14:00
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