Being able to accurately predict mycotoxin risk will enable growers to segregate any high-risk grain, thereby limiting the cost of price deductions for quality. Last year’s relatively dry summer meant the mycotoxin deoxynivalenol (DON) hardly put in an appearance in crops, but Sarah Wynn of Adas Boxworth, who is monitoring field samples to improve risk assessment, warns it won’t have gone for good. “Luckily for growers, last summer was relatively dry during flowering, save for the occasional heavy downpour. But DON is […]