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C.O.R.N. Newsletter 2013-06
Specialist), Debbie Brown (Shelby), Sam Custer (Darke), Amanda Douridas (Champaign), Nathan Douridas (FSR Farm ...
C.O.R.N. Newsletter 2007-15
soil to V2 (two fully expanded trifoliates). No disease problems were identified. More locations with ... load, insect and diseases, and evaluating winter injury risk. Alfalfa quality will also be discussed by ...
2012 Sports Field Short Course and Golf Turf Spring Tee-Off
C.O.R.N. Newsletter 2009-41
(deoxynivalenol, DON) as it colonizes. In general, high levels of disease severity and moldy grain indicate high ...
C.O.R.N. Newsletter 2004-34
approximate germination rate is needed quickly. This test will not indicate disease as a warm germination test ...
Turf Tips: August 25, 2014
Recent heat and humidity have our local plant pathologists grinning from ear to ear! Find out what's been popping up and what to look for in the coming weeks. PLUS...Joe takes the ice bucket challenge! ...
Pattern change is coming!
Temperature RISK: Temperatures will continue to be several degrees above normal into much of November. However, the real change comes with a wetter pattern as has been discussed for several weeks now. The drier pattern of the last few months is about to ...
October 5th Fall Weather Outlook
There are no changes to recent weather outlooks. Overall, it looks warmer than normal for October with rainfall at or below normal. It does look like November may turn somewhat wetter than normal as an early indication. October RISK: Temperatures- Above N ...
Farmer Cooperators Needed to Document Effects of Pipeline Installation on Soil
Numerous natural gas pipelines have been approved across the state with installation to begin this winter and continue over the next several years. These installations are state-wide projects that will collectively result in a large amount of soil disturb ...