Using Dairy Manure with Newly Planted Crops
Glen Arnold, Extension Field Specialist, Manure Nutrient Management, Ohio State University Extension Coming out of a warm, wet winter most dairy producers have plenty of manure on hand going into spring. Rather than applying manure to fields prior to spri ...
JIT Inventory: Amazon-Yes, Dairy Producer-No
Dr. Dwight Roseler, Adjunct Professor Department of Animal Sciences and Purina Midwest Dairy Nutrition Consultant Just in time (JIT) inventory provides Amazon customers with consumer items upon demand. No storage of consumer items needed. In the industria ...
Spring Hayfield Scouting
Allen Gahler, Extension Educator for Agriculture and Natural Resources, Sandusky County and Jason Hartschuh, Dairy Management and Precision Livestock Field Specialist, Ohio State University Extension While things are muddy with hints of green in northern ...
Assessing Wheat Crop Grain Versus Forage Economics
Bruce Clevenger, Farm Management Field Specialist and Jason Hartschuh, Dairy Management and Precision Livestock Field Specialist, Ohio State University Extension Ohio’s soft red winter wheat is vulnerable to stresses by the weather and soil conditions dur ...
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Can Root-Knot Nematodes be a Problem in Ohio?
Don’t Miss Travis Faske’s Seminar on a Very Serious Pathogen of Soybean. Dr. Travis Faske, prestigious nematologist from University of Arkansas, will visit the Department of Plant Pathology at Ohio State University and give a seminar titled: “Root-Knot Ne ...
Early Spring Weed Identification
Winter annual, biennial, and perennial weeds are starting to become more noticeable up as fields green up across the state. Identification of these species can help in planning for spring burndown programs. OSU weed science has resources to help with ...
When and How Much Nitrogen to Apply to Wheat
Wheat has already reached green-up across the state so spring N may be applied anytime fields are fit. Keep in mind that research has shown no yield benefit to early N applications as long as the application was made by Feekes GS 6 (one visible node). (If ...