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Weather Update 5/12/2015
After some early week rain of less than 0.25 inches in most places with isolated totals to 0.50 inches in the far north and west part of the state, it will turn more seasonable in terms of temperatures but very little additional rainfall is forecast durin ...
SOYBEAN APHID UPDATE FOR 2014
For the most part, soybean aphids have been a problem only in odd numbered years. Several other states have broken this two-year cycle, but it has held in Ohio for over 10 years. Recently, we have been noticing the presence of soybean aphids in soybean, ...
Agricultural Fertilizer Applicator Certification Update
The Ohio Department of Agriculture has begun issuing the new Agricultural Fertilizer Applicator Certification cards. Those who attended the September, 2014 educational programs in Archbold, Findlay and Paulding should have already or will soon receive a m ...
New Nutrition, Food Safety Institute to be Developed at OSU
and disease and by inhibiting the growth of pathogenic bacteria. One such probiotic currently being ...
Emerging Pest Gaining Foothold in Ohio
secondary injury from diseases. "This is the fourth year we are seeing Western bean cutworm, but what ...
Don't Let Slugs Rule the Roost in No-Till Fields
diseases are not problematic. "If a grower can get his crop in the ground before the eggs hatch, then ...
Soybean Aphids and Western Bean Cutworm Updates
Two insects that growers may be on the lookout for are soybean aphid and western bean cutworm. The recent rain events may have also carried with them early season soybean aphid migrants that are possibly now in soybean fields. The forecast for this week ...
Take a Walk Through Corn's History at Farm Science Review
performance. "Science has afforded us cultivars that can resist insects and diseases and hold up better in ...
As Wheat Flowers, Risk for Head Scab Spreads Across Ohio
potential for head scab – a disease that affects the crop during wet, warm conditions. Wheat growers can ...
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 ...