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stover

stalks of maize plants from which mature corn cobs have been harvested as grain, or grain sorghum plants from which heads have also been removed. The stover is usually fed by turning the cattle into the field and is subject to fungal infection, sometimes causing mycotoxicosis.
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Table 1: Estimates of corn stover available to harvest while maintaining soil organic carbon, assuming two common cropping systems continuous corn and corn-soybean rotation in the Corn Belt comparing moldboard plow and conservation tillage (chisel plow or no tillage).
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