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Spider Mite Be a Problem
With continued hot, dry weather it is important to remain vigilant for emerging twospotted spider mite problems in field crops. Look for characteristic yellow stippling on leaves and confirm the presence of mites by tapping vegetation over a piece of bla ...
C.O.R.N. Newsletter 2006-35
Defiance, Clinton, Brown, Union, and Logan). All of the leaves were submitted to the C. Wayne Ellet Plant ... care of our plants for 2006. In both KY and IL, the disease has moved in too late to have any impact on ...
Developing a Plan to Keep Nutrients in the Field
Nutrient Management Plans provide both fertility recommendations for crop production and an environmental site risk for on a field by field basis that help identify resource concerns impacting nutrient and sediment loss. The process helps identify fields ...
Controlling marestail in wheat stubble
The month after wheat harvest provides an opportunity to control marestail and prevent further increase in the soil seedbank, but coming up with the right strategy has not necessarily been easy. Keep in mind that the primary goal of marestail control her ...
C.O.R.N. Newsletter 2013-04
Brown (Shelby), Mike Gastier (Huron), Sam Custer (Darke), Ron Hammond (Entomology), Rory Lewandowski ... (Plant Pathology), David Dugan (Adams, Brown, Highland) Mark Loux (Weed Science), Anne Dorrance (Plant ...
Western Bean Cutworm Flight is Beginning and Concerns for Late Planted Corn
Here comes another season of western bean cutworm trapping! Western bean cutworms (WBC) emerge as adults from late June until August, with peak flight usually occurring the 3 rd week of July. After mating, they lay eggs in corn, and the developing larva ...
C.O.R.N. Newsletter 2008-15
Armyworm on Corn Slug Update Killing Failed Glyphosate-Resistant Corn Stands Central Ohio Agronomy In-Field ... Update Authors: Ron Hammond, Andy Michel, Bruce Eisley With the critical time for slug feeding being now ...