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beetle that varies in color from golden brown to green, generally having four black spots on the wing ... yellowing or browning moving up plant into middle canopy, stippling and distortion of upper leaves common. ... green, brown, red-shouldered and brown marmorated stink bugs. These are relatively large, shield-shaped ...
Double Crop Sunflower in Ohio, is it an Option?
a “head rot” disease at the Western location. Preliminary work to identify the pathogen suggests it is ... a full-season crop, low germination concerns, fertility management, bird control, seed/oil quality, pest/disease ...
Time to stock up on nozzles now! But do you know which one to buy?
nozzles to choose for two different application situations: soybean diseases such as rust and white mold, ... and wheat diseases such as head scab and stem rust. We included 6-8 different nozzles in the ... same nozzle turned out to be the worst choice to protect soybeans against diseases like rust and white ...
inadequate stands and winter injury, while excessively high rates increase lodging and disease severity. Do ...
4-10). Table 4-18: Major Diseases Affecting Corn in Ohio. Leaf Blights ... leaf spot Eyespot Common rust Seedling Diseases ... Diseases Maize dwarf mosaic ...
Plant Populations and Seeding Rates
than the number of seeds planted per acre. Cold, wet soil conditions, insects, diseases, cultivation, ... too small to be harvested (nubbins), as well as stalk lodging and ear disease problems. Although ... and/or soil-borne disease pressure. Based on research at the University of Illinois and the University ...
Fruit and Vegetable Team
County email@example.com (330) 638-6783 Blueberries Pumpkins Sweet Corn Carrie Brown Extension Educator, ... Fairfield County firstname.lastname@example.org (740) 653-5419 Vegetable Crops Cassy Brown Outreach Specialist, ... OFFER/AMP program email@example.com (330) 263-3634 Ecology and Environment Allen Gahler Extension Educator, ...
Weather Update: Transitioning to Spring: Will Spring-like Weather Continue?
Summary Not to be outdone by January, February temperatures have been much above normal as well. Figure 1 shows that much of the state will end the month with temperatures about 5-10°F above the long-term average (1991-2020). Locations such as Dayton and ...
production practices. Some of these problems are colder, wetter soil at planting, more root rot disease ... , slower emergence and growth, dealing with crop residues and the diseases they contain, etc. There are ... due to root rot diseases, poor stand establishment or late planting. Use tillage to bury crop residue ...
difficult weed problems, less disease and insect buildup, and less nitrogen immobilization which requires ...