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  1. Dormant Fruit Tree Management

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    a good time to look at some disease management options. When we talk about dormancy, we are looking at ... spring. With diseases such as peach leaf curl, applying a fungicide while the tree is dormant is ... are other dormant sprays to help control diseases, such as Phytophthora crown/root/collar rot or ...

  2. Shoo Fly, Don't Bother Me. Or My Cows!

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    gnats can cause a plethora of problems on the farm, including the spread of disease and causing undue ... cause, but also because they have been documented to carry anaplasmosis, a blood disease that destroys ... red blood cells, and tularemia, a disease affecting lymph nodes and lungs. The last fly to discuss is ...

  3. IPM Scout Position

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    vegetable crops? Are you able to recognize common weeds, diseases, and insect pests? If so, we want you to ...

  4. Managing Mold in Hay

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    of my role includes sending a monthly update to small ruminant and beef producer mailing lists ... desired levels, but that has been rained on in the field between mowing and baling is subject to mold.  ... feedstuffs when handling to prevent lung disease and illness. Provide these safeguards to all individuals ...

  5. (Backyard) Bird is the Word- Raise Your Own Little Chicks

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    from a hatchery, you can opt to have your chicks vaccinated against coccidiosis and Marek’s disease. An ... safeguard them against disease. When your chicks arrive home, they will need a few items to set them up for ...

  6. Seed Selection Can Make or Break Your Crop in 2021

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    you will find that many catalogs now list traits such as disease resistance. Other features such as ... problems you have dealt with in the past. Being able to correctly diagnose disease or insect challenges ... will help you pick the correct varieties with the appropriate disease and insect resistance or ...

  7. CFAP 2 Program & Fall Weed Control

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    variable. Perennial weeds include ironweed, horsenettle, buckhorn and broadleaf plantains. If mowed in ... herbicides to freshly mowed weeds. Give them time to put out new leaves which will readily absorb the ...

  8. Vegetable Growers Outlook: Disease Challenges

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    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 ...

  9. Managing for High Quality Stored Forage

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    plant maturity and plant respiration losses after mowing.  Forage maturity, in particular for our first ... moisture as soon as possible. After mowing, plants continue to respire at a significantly high rate until ... losses include mowing early in the day to maximize sunshine and drying conditions, and very importantly, ...

  10. Field Management Post Harvest… What Now?

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    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 ...

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