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Corn Sweat: A Midwest phenomenon

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Corn sweat - an interesting Midwest phenomenon that happens during the summer months.  Find out what corn sweat really is and how it affects our weather, wildlife and other plants. Duane Friend, Illinois Master Naturalist Coordinator and Climate Specialist, joins us during this episode.  Hint: An acre of corn can “sweat” up to 4,000 gallons of water in a day!

Find out more about our Illinois weather phenomena through the Illinois Extension blog, All About Weather
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