In the Field with Brad Haire: September, corn update

Brad Haire, news director with the UGA College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, speaks with Dr. Dewey Lee, grain agronomist with UGA Cooperative Extension, about Georgia's 2011 corn crop. Drought gripped the state during critical growing time for corn, knocking out dryland corn, which accounted for a quarter of the state's 300,000 acres of corn this year. Despite the drought, Georgia could see record average yields because abandoned dryland acres won't be figured in.

To see Haire's interview with Lee, Click here.