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C.O.R.N. Newsletter 2013-20
as possible. Follow the C.O.R.N. newsletter for continued updates on stink bugs throughout the ...
C.O.R.N. Newsletter 2013-17
counts will be updated weekly on our Agronomic Crops Insects website: http://entomology.osu.edu/ag/. ...
C.O.R.N. Newsletter 2005-32
soybean aphids or other insect problems, diseases other than soybean rust, or make a late herbicide ...
Pricing Corn Silage Update (August 2015)
1. Estimate grain yield using the Thomison (2013) method (see link below) or other approach. 2. On average, in the lower Midwest, you get about 1 ton of corn silage (35% dry matter (DM)) per 7.5 to 8 bushels of corn. Therefore, if the estimated grain yie ...
Biodigester That Turns Manure into Methane Demonstrated at Farm Science Review
information, log on to http://fsr.osu.edu. For the latest news and updates, follow Farm Science Review on ...
Weather Outlook and El Nino Update
Not much change from previous weeks thinking. Temperatures will average normal to slightly above normal for the rest of August while rainfall will be close to normal or slightly below. Nothing extreme is forecast. See the 8-14 temperature and precipitati ...
The pattern change we talked about last week is on schedule. The wet pattern is relaxing! The outlook for the rest of July into August calls for near normal temperatures and rainfall with a slight trending toward warmer and drier conditions but only sligh ...
OSU Extension's Community Nutrition Programs Reach Tens of Thousands
individuals are more apt to experience obesity, diabetes, hypertension, heart disease, cancer-- all of which ...
As we talked about a few weeks ago, we expected the pattern to turn warmer than normal again in early May and it has done so. Overall, May will be warmer and drier than normal across Ohio. The best chances for normal rainfall appear to be across northern ...
Weather Update May 26, 2015
The weather pattern will be shifting to a warm and humid pattern with wetter than normal conditions going into June 2015. Temperatures the next 4 weeks will average a few degrees above normal. The maximum temperatures will likely be to close to normal b ...