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2022 Agronomy Field Day (Morrow)
a field scouting demonstration. ODA watershed managers will also be giving updates on new programs. This ...
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Ohio Farmland Leasing Update
Attorneys, Ag Law Program Join us for an economic and legal update on Ohio farmland leasing, covering: Ohio’s ...
Incomplete Kernel Set and Tipped-Back Corn: How Do They Differ?
abortion, heat/drought stress, genetics, higher seeding rates, nitrogen deficiency, foliar diseases, and ...
Lep Monitoring Update: FAW Trap Numbers Slightly Increase
Fall Armyworm Twenty-three counties monitored for FAW from September 5 th through September 11 th. The overall statewide average continues to slowly increase an average of 6.6 moths per trap (up from 4.5). There were 7 counties with an average over 7 moth ...
Agronomic Field Day: June 23 at the Northwest Agriculture Research Station in Wood County
sources used in soybeans, how flooding effects corn, and an update on soybean diseases. When: Thursday, ... Station in Wood County. Topics include update tar spot in corn, yield response from different sulfur ...
Learn How to Identify Tar Spot in the Field
Tar spot in corn may be difficult for untrained eyes to tell apart from other diseases and insect ...
Can We Get More Information From Our Soil Samples?
aggregate stability. We have recently updated our guidelines for choosing a soil nutrient lab to include ...
Weather Update: Average Start to Fall
Summary Climatological summer (June-August) has come to an end and all eyes are now on harvest season. Overall, the summer of 2022 was average temperaturewise, with most of state seeing near to above average precipitation. The driest areas occurred over w ...
Lep Monitoring Update: FAW Trapping Continues
Fall Armyworm The majority of counties monitoring for FAW had low trap numbers from August 29 th through September 4 th with the exception of Lucas, Sandusky and Paulding counties which reported averages of 30, 20.7, and 8.7 moths, respectively (Figure 1) ...