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  1. CORN SILAGE HARVEST TIMING

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2014-28/corn-silage-harvest-timing

    Corn development has accelerated with the recent warm temperatures. Silage harvest has begun in some parts of Ohio with earlier planting dates. Proper harvest timing is critical because it ensures the proper dry matter content required for high quality pr ...

  2. SOYBEAN APHID UPDATE FOR 2014

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2014-27/soybean-aphid-update-2014

    For the most part, soybean aphids have been a problem only in odd numbered years. Several other states have broken this two-year cycle, but it has held in Ohio for over 10 years.  Recently, we have been noticing the presence of soybean aphids in soybean, ...

  3. BLUE MOLD IN TOBACCO

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2014-27/blue-mold-tobacco

    The first report that I have heard about blue mold in tobacco this year and it is just on the Kentucky side of the Ohio River.  It was first reported in Lewis County on Friday (Aug. 15) but was not confirmed on Friday.  On Monday morning (August 18) the M ...

  4. WATCH FOR STINK BUGS IN SOYBEANS

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2014-26/watch-stink-bugs-soybeans

    As our beans start to put on pods, one insect pest that needs watching is stink bugs.  There are several species of stink bugs that can be found in soybean, even beneficials. These include the green, the brown, the red shouldered and the brown marmorated ...

  5. DO YOU KNOW YOUR STEM ROTS?

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2014-26/do-you-know-your-stem-rots

    Early dying of soybean plants in the pod filling stage has been reported in numerous fields around the state.  All of these situations are caused by different soybean pathogens and all can be managed with host resistance. The key is to know how to identif ...

  6. CORN EAR ROTS: How to Tell Them Apart and Know the Risk

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2014-25/corn-ear-rots-how-tell-them-apart-and-know-risk

    Ear rots or molds are usually most problematic when cool, wet conditions occur during silking and early grain development, when the ears are most susceptible to fungal infection. Three main types of ear rot (Diplodia, Gibberella, and Fusarium) usually aff ...

  7. Northwest Ohio Precision Ag Technology Day- Aug. 5th

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2014-20/northwest-ohio-precision-ag-technology-day-aug-5th

    Farmers and crop consultants interested in seeing the latest combine, grain handling and harvest technology are encouraged to attend the Tuesday, August 5th Northwest Ohio Precision Ag Technology Day at Fulton Co Fairgrounds in Wauseon.  In the morning, p ...

  8. Soil Health and Cover Crops Workshop is June 8 at Ohio State University South Centers

    https://southcenters.osu.edu/news/soil-health-and-cover-crops-workshop-is-june-8-ohio-state-university-south-centers

    PIKETON, Ohio – Growers wanting to learn how to improve soil health and increase crop yields while reducing operating and input costs may want to consider using multi-functional cover crops, which can also improve water quality, reduce soil erosion and lo ...

  9. Corn Emergence Problems: “Corkscrewed” Mesocotyl Development

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2014-15/corn-emergence-problems-%E2%80%9Ccorkscrewed%E2%80%9D-mesocotyl-development

    Last week I received several reports of abnormal corn emergence. Often the problems were associated with corn seedlings leafing out underground and it’s likely weather and seedbed conditions were responsible for the occurrence of the abnormal growth. Seed ...

  10. Early POST application of preemergence corn and soybean herbicides

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2014-13/early-post-application-preemergence-corn-and-soybean-herbicides

    At this point there should be little concern about a lack of rain to “activate” preemergence herbicides where it was possible to get them applied.  We have had some challenges with wind and water and it’s another one of those years when a lot of the corn ...

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