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  1. Producing Soybeans Without Tillage

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/node/4333

    attention to soil drainage; planting procedures; crop rotation options; and disease, insect, and weed ... lowering production costs.  2.  Root rot diseases are much more severe due to a wetter and cooler soil ... spectrum fungicides will control other diseases that damage the root system and lower stand counts. No-till ...

  2. Replanting

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/node/4338

    Sometimes, plant stands are reduced by disease, herbicide injury, hail, insects and flooding. If ... pound.  If low plant populations are due to root rot diseases, the guidelines for replanting also include ... planting a variety with disease resistance genes or partial resistance plus the use of a fungicide seed ...

  3. Disease Control

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/node/4325

    EARLY SEASON AND SEED-BORNE DISEASES  Phytophthora  root and stem rot is the most serious soybean ... disease in Ohio and is present everywhere soybeans are grown. Damage to the crop by  Phytophthora  is most ... drained soils or on soils known to have a history of the disease. Seed of varieties with good partial ...

  4. Tillage

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/node/4327

    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 ...

  5. Crop Rotation

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/node/4326

    grain, on average, than when soybeans follow soybeans. Many of the crop disease and insect problems ... produced in a four-year crop rotation, yield loss to disease and insects would be near zero rather than at ...

  6. Weather Update: A Winter Preview Before Warmer Weather Returns

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2022-36/weather-update-winter-preview-warmer-weather-returns

    Summary A strong cold front brought beneficial rainfall to many areas along and east of about I-71 last week. However, parts of western Ohio missed out on much of the activity, as very dry conditions continue across that part of the Buckeye State. Over th ...

  7. Battle for the Belt: which crop should be planted first, corn or soybean?

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2022-32/battle-belt-which-crop-should-be-planted-first-corn-or-soybean

    practices to mitigate losses due to late planting? How are insects, diseases, weeds, and other factors ... short, bi-weekly video updates from the field that will be advertised through the CORN newsletter, ... YouTube, and Twitter. Video updates will include agronomists (OSU and others), other specialists (e.g., ...

  8. October is here, harvest considerations for corn grain

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2022-35/october-here-harvest-considerations-corn-grain

    (e.g., replanting, soil crusting, dry periods, pest, disease) would not be expected to yield that well. ...

  9. Sudden Death Syndrome (SDS) Or Brown Stem Rot (BSR)? That is the question!

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2022-30/sudden-death-syndrome-sds-or-brown-stem-rot-bsr-question

    In August we started finding soybean diseases in Ohio. Recently, several fields in Ohio have been ... can help diagnose soybean diseases with you! You are welcome to submit your samples to the address ... lopez-nicora.1@osu.edu soybean cyst nematode Soybean Disease ...

  10. Harvesting and Handling Ear Rot-Affected Corn

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2022-34/harvesting-and-handling-ear-rot-affected-corn

    Harvesting: Severely diseased and toxin-contaminated grain are usually smaller than healthy grain, and are ... covered with fungal mycelium (mold). Compared to healthy grain, diseased grain break easily during ... screening methods, but we have seen it significantly reduce very high vomitoxin numbers. Corn Disease ...

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