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Corn Stubble

ANSWER: Corn Residue


Corn residue is the leaves, stubble and stalks of corn left in the field after harvesting the ears of corn. This residue is beneficial and if left on the soil surface, is one of the easiest and most cost-effective methods farmers can use to help reduce soil erosion.

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