Iowa & S. Dakota have Become Breeding Grounds for Mold
Because of a high temperature summer in both Iowa and South Dakota, an extremely toxic type of mold has been found: Aflatoxin. This mold type can cause cancer in humans if large amounts are consumed.
With the humidity up from a long, hot summer, these two states have become a breeding ground for mold. Are there more? What can be done?
With several parts of the Midwest having gone through a scorching summer, more farmers in the Corn Belt may find aflatoxin, said Don White, professor of crop sciences at the University of Illinois.
Can anything be done? Read the conclusion!
Toxic Mold Aflatoxin
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