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  1. Keep Forage Nitrate Toxicity in Mind This Year

    https://dairy.osu.edu/newsletter/buckeye-dairy-news/volume-25-issue-5/keep-forage-nitrate-toxicity-mind-year

    conversion of nitrate to plant protein). Mowing hay late in the afternoon on a sunny day can reduce nitrate ... levels in forage, especially with the longer fall nights. Once hay is mowed, nitrate levels do not change ... much during the drying process, so dry hay levels will be similar to levels at the time you mow. Prior ...

  2. Community Development Professionals Page

    https://comdev.osu.edu/cd-professionals

    Guidelines/Application  - Updated November 2020 Purpose: To provide incentive and financial support for current Extension ... Includes: Futuring- Next Steps / OJCEP/NACDEP Update / Admin Update Digital Content Strategy- Danae Wolfe ... Colbert, Blaine) / NACDEP Update / AD Update Blog Author Best Practices  - Danae Wolfe CD Summer In-Service ...

  3. Updated Turfgrass Disease Fact Sheets

    https://turfdisease.osu.edu/news/updated-turfgrass-disease-fact-sheets

    the following turfgrass disease fact sheets. For more information contact Joe or Todd.   UPDATED ... Turfgrass, HYG-3084-10   Lawn and Turf Series   Annual Grass Weed Control in Home Lawns, HYG-4002-93 ... Lawns, HYG-4010-96 Turfgrass Species Selection, HYG-4011 Lawn Mowing, HYG-4020-93 What to Look for in ...

  4. Feeding and Nutrition

    https://dairy.osu.edu/resources/feeding-and-nutrition

    Cows Selenium Nutrition Update on Trace Mineral Requirements for Dairy Cattle Update on Vitamin ...

  5. Lawn Update

    https://turfdisease.osu.edu/news/lawn-update-0

    lawn. Injured turf from low temperatures and clipping on lawn. Lawn mowed the day before temperatures ... of the lawn and when mowed the lower tender leaf blades are exposed. If the mowing was done shortly ... Diseases slow- red thread and leaf spots have slowed down considerably with dryer weather. These ...

  6. David Civittolo

    https://comdev.osu.edu/people/david-civittolo

    update the Business Retention and Expansion (BR&E) program curriculum and invited community ... Retention and Expansion Bulletin 3rd Edition Updated 2021 Joint Economic Development Districts (CDFS-1560) ...

  7. Red Thread and Leaf Spot are Active!

    https://turfdisease.osu.edu/news/red-thread-and-leaf-spot-are-active-0

    long periods of wet turf. The disease is more prevalent in spring and fall but can occur in any season. ... https://turfdisease.osu.edu/publications/turfgrass-fungicide-table-updated.   Red Thread in fine fescue lawn, May 2011, Columbus, Ohio Close-up of Red Thread fungus in fine ... a troublesome spring diseases on Kentucky bluegrass (especially common bluegrasses), fescues and other lawn ...

  8. Lawn Update

    https://turfdisease.osu.edu/news/lawn-update

    of the lawn and when mowed the lower tender leaf blades are exposed. If the mowing was done shortly ... the Kentucky Bluegrass at the top has less injury. Low temperature injury to lawn. Injured turf from ... low temperatures and clipping on lawn. Lawn mowed the day before temperatures went down to 28 degrees ...

  9. Red Thread and Leaf Spot are Active!

    https://turfdisease.osu.edu/news/red-thread-and-leaf-spot-are-active

    usually occurs during mild temperatures and long periods of wet turf. The disease is more prevalent in ... deficient in phosphorous the disease is often severe. Other cultural practices that promote healthy turf and ... https://turfdisease.osu.edu/publications/turfgrass-fungicide-table-updated. Red Thread in fine fescue lawn, May 2011, Columbus, Ohio Close-up of Red Thread fungus in fine ...

  10. Fungicides, Red Thread, Leaf Spots, Patch Diseases and Dollar Spot

    https://turfdisease.osu.edu/news/fungicides-red-thread-leaf-spots-patch-diseases-and-dollar-spot-0

    into the crown which can cause the turf to thin. To manage the disease, properly mow the turf high to ... LAWN AND HIGH CUT TURFGRASS DISEAES--- Red Thread: This relatively superficial disease has become ... leaf blades. This disease is strictly a superficial problem and one that will not kill the turf. Under ...

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