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  1. Field Management Post Harvest… What Now?

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/field-management-post-harvest%E2%80%A6-what-now

    residue, in the spring while planting include attaining good seed-soil contact or disease issues due to ... as inoculum for diseases and slow soils from warming up and drying out in the spring. Sanitation of ... disease cycles. As alluded to above, there are two ways to look at this residue. On one hand, the buildup ...

  2. Grain Bin Safety Week & IPM Scouting Program

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/grain-bin-safety-week-ipm-scouting-program

    walking grower fields once a week as they scout for problem weeds, insects, and diseases. The scouts ...

  3. Do's and Dont's for Getting Your Yard and Garden Ready for Winter

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/dos-and-donts-getting-your-yard-and-garden-ready-winter

    they become soft or mushy or have mold on them, all of which are typical signs of disease or rot. If ... the diseased or bad ones are left in with the good, you run the risk of losing a significant amount of ... of them being the lack of diseases and insects present during that time of year. More often than not, ...

  4. Snow and Freezing Temperatures Bring Harvest Challenges

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/snow-and-freezing-temperatures-bring-harvest-challenges

    results in harvesting difficulties, pest, and disease problems, as well as grain loss due to ear or pod ...

  5. Vegetable Growers Outlook: Disease Challenges

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/vegetable-growers-outlook-disease-challenges

    economy. Therefore, it is important to keep up to date on the progression of major diseases affecting ... Medina County.  Downy mildew is a potentially devastating disease of cucurbit crops, but especially ... mildew.  According to Sally Miller, OSU Extension Vegetable Disease specialist, after downy mildew has been ...

  6. Late Summer Hay Seeding

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/late-summer-hay-seeding

    established fields’ first cutting, a summer seeding can be mowed or grazed “on time.” Summer seeding is also ... chance of sclerotinia crown and stem rot. This disease is more common when no-till is used and/or clover ...

  7. USAID Grant Focused on Food Safety, Empowering Women and Youth in Kenya Awarded to Kowalcyk, Morgan, Yousef and Team

    https://ipa.osu.edu/home/slides/usaid-grant-focused-food-safety-empowering-women-and-youth-kenya-awarded-kowalcyk-morgan

    foodborne disease (FBD). Specifically, they will, according to their proposal, “characterize contamination ...

  8. Integrated Pest Management Considerations for Stored Grain Crops

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/integrated-pest-management-considerations-stored-grain-crops

    around the outside of the bin should be kept clean. This includes keeping it mowed and cleaning up ...

  9. Freezing and Canning of Venison

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/freezing-and-canning-venison

    deer and elk that look sick or test positive for chronic wasting disease. Some symptoms of chronic ... wasting disease include loss of body condition, listlessness, blank facial expression, excessive ...

  10. Rain Damage to Hay

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/rain-damage-hay

    with rain in the forecast is mow sooner rather than later and risk rain on the cut forage, or wait for ... a weather break and lose quality as the forage continues to mature?              Rain on mowed forage causes ... best-case scenario for rain and mowed forage is a quick rain shower within a few hours or less after mowing ...

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