If you are an organic corn farmer (less than 100 acres) and you follow all organic farming practices to bring in a corn crop-you planted the crop timely, you followed the organic certification rules and did not use sprays, etc. However, during the time when the crop should have been cultivated--the ground was too wet, consequently, weeds took over the field.
In this situation the cause of loss may be 1) due to excessive moisture or 2) improper control of weeds--the farmer did not cultivate since it was too wet and weeds took over or 3) possibly both. The corn crop was appraised at zero production.
Is there anything this producer could have done to bring in the corn crop in versus the zero production he/she suffered due to the excessive moisture and weeds which were caused by not cultivating?
Finally, is it a common practice to destroy the field before the weeds go to seed?
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