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  1. Seeking a Twospotted Spider Mite Trial Location

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/seeking-twospotted-spider-mite-trial-location

    As we mentioned in a previous newsletter article, there is a product newly labeled for spider mite control in soybean and sweet corn (Agri-Mek SC).  We would like to test this product in Ohio soybeans, and are looking for a producer field for this trial.  ...

  2. Marestail Control in Wheat Stubble- Part 2: Cover Crop Considerations

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/marestail-control-wheat-stubble-part-2-cover-crop-considerations

    Following last week’s article about marestail control in wheat stubble, a number of people asked about options where cover crops are going to be planted later this summer.  The options can be fewer for this situation, especially for small-seeded broadleaf ...

  3. Data Retention and Availability –The Big Data Confusion: Part 11

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/data-retention-and-availability-%E2%80%93-big-data-confusion-part-11

    Data retention policies represent a set of guidelines that outlines data will be archived, how long it will be kept, how it will be removed, and either destructed or returned to the farmer.  The American Farm Bureau Federation’s “ Privacy and Security Pri ...

  4. Mining Ohio Historic Data that went into Tri-State Recommendations

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2016-08/mining-ohio-historic-data-went-tri-state-recommendations

    The Tri-State Fertilizer Recommendations, published in 1995, provided a unified soil fertility framework between Michigan, Ohio and Indiana. These recommendations are based on, “field calibration and correlation studies that have been conducted over the p ...

  5. Weather outlook

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2016-08/weather-outlook

    After a very warm March with temperatures 5-10 degrees above normal, April got off to a cold start with temperatures running 5-10 degrees below normal.  After early week rain and some mid-week temperatures near or just below freezing, a warmer and drier p ...

  6. Soybean Planting Date, Seeding Rate, and Row Width

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2016-08/soybean-planting-date-seeding-rate-and-row-width

    Planting date.  Planting date (both too early and too late) can reduce soybean yield potential.  In 2013 and 2014, we conducted a planting date trial at the Western Agricultural Research Station near South Charleston, Ohio.  In both years, soybean yield d ...

  7. $10 Ohio Local Foods Week Challenge

    https://fcs.osu.edu/news/10-ohio-local-foods-week-challenge

    August 7-13 is  Local Foods Week  and all Ohioans are encouraged to buy local and participate in the $10 Ohio Local Foods Challenge. To participate in the challenge, Ohioans commit to spend at least $10 this week on your favorite local foods. There is not ...

  8. Field Day for Fertilizer Applicator Certification

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/field-day-fertilizer-applicator-certification

    A field day being held on July 28, Northwest Agricultural Research Station, OARDC, 4240 Range Line Rd. Custar, OH is targeted for those who utilize fertilizer and manure in crop production. Preregistration is due by July 22. Credits offered during the day ...

  9. Reminder about late-season scouting for Palmer amaranth and waterhemp

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/reminder-about-late-season-scouting-palmer-amaranth-and-waterhemp

    The frequency of Palmer amaranth infestations in Ohio seems to be holding relatively steady again into this year with the exception of one county, as far as we know.  In two areas where Palmer amaranth was most prevalent- far southern Scioto County and an ...

  10. Reports of Frogeye Leaf spot in southern Ohio:. To spray or not to spray.

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2016-24/reports-frogeye-leaf-spot-southern-ohio-spray-or-not-spray

    Late reports of frogeye developing on susceptible cultivars in southern Ohio.  So the next question is what to do.  During 2005-2008, we were able to measure a mean difference in yield of 5 to 10 bu/A when soybeans were treated at R3 in fields where froge ...

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