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Take Steps to Protect Livestock from Heat Stress
susceptibility to diseases, specifically mastitis and digestive disorders, and can also create fertility ...
Soybean Planting, Like Corn, is Behind Schedule
ground, the combined stresses of the very wet weather and soil-borne disease may have ruined the ...
Use Equipment/Technology to Manage Risk
a system that requires only these operations: plant, apply nutrients, spray for weed/insect/disease control ...
C.O.R.N. Newsletter 2005-19
conditions for disease this spring in Florida and Georgia – this thing still has not gotten started. At this ... speakers for the event are Dr. Anne Dorrance, a Soybean Disease Specialist from The Ohio State University; ... where to look for the various diseases and insect pests of soybeans including Asian Soybean Rust, ...
OSU Extension Helping Landowners, Communities Handle Shale Gas Issues
Participants give updates about what's happening regarding shale gas around the state-- and across campus, ...
C.O.R.N. Newsletter 2007-20
leafspot was reported from only three locations last week. Reports are still very low for this disease and ... environment for foliar diseases. On the insect end spider mites were found in three locations, please see the ...
Study: Consumers Value Safer Food More Than Current Analyses Suggest
questions." This research was supported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; the University of ...
C.O.R.N. Newsletter 2012-37
disease resistance and winter hardiness will have reduced risk of winter injury. Finally, cutting ... stand. Tall grass plants, however, can mat down, providing a favorable habitat for disease development ...
Yearning to Be a Buckeye? Learn More about Ohio State's Academic Programs in Food, Ag, and Environment at Farm Science Review
http://fsr.osu.edu. For the latest news and updates, follow Farm Science Review on Twitter ...
Biomass and Cover Crops Showcased at Farm Science Review
log on to http://fsr.osu.edu. For the latest news and updates, follow Farm Science Review on Twitter ...