Planting Soybean in June: What Agronomic Practices Should I Adopt?
According to USDA-NASS, 66% of soybean acreage was planted in the USA by May 21, 2023. In Ohio, that number is similar, with 63% planted, and it is expected that the acreage planted will increase by the end of May due to dry planting conditions. However, ...
Plot Twist: Time for a New Nozzle List
A few years ago, the Ohio State University Pesticide Safety Education Program put together a list of approved sprayer nozzles for applying pesticides. This list was recently updated in May 2023 and can be viewed at https://pested.osu.edu/sites/pested/fi ...
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2023 Western Ohio Wheat Field Day
Join us for the 2023 Western Ohio Wheat Field Day on June 13 at the Western Agricultural Research Station in South Charleston. Topics will include wheat planting date and seeding rate interactions, breeding and genetics, identification of cereal leaf beet ...
Meet Your New Weed Science Extension State Specialist- Dr. Alyssa Essman
If you are a faithful r eader of the CORN newsletter, you’re likely familiar with the name Dr. Alyssa Essman. Currently, Alyssa is a Visiting Assistant Professor in Weed Science with responsibilities in research, teaching, and Extension on a two-year app ...
Sidedressing Manure into Corn
Most of the corn planted this spring has emerged with good stands. With the dry weather, corn is growing slowly and the opportunity to use manure as a side-dress nitrogen source for corn has arrived. The application of manure to corn can make excellent us ...
Late Spring Dry Spell Underway
Memorial Day felt like the typical unofficial start to summer, with highs well into the 80s across the state. This has not been the case much this spring, as average temperatures since April 1 st have been up to 2°F below average. Along with this cooler s ...
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