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  1. Small Grains Field Day-Wayne County

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/events/small-grains-field-day-wayne-county

    The OARDC Schaffter Farm located at 3240 Oil City Rd., Wooster, will be the host location for a Small Grains Field Day scheduled for Tuesday, June 14.  The day begins with registration and sign-in at 9:30 am and the program starts at 10:00am.  The day wil ...

  2. FDA Announces Changes to Food Labels

    https://fcs.osu.edu/news/fda-announces-changes-food-labels

    The FDA recently announced new label requirements for the manufacture’s nutrition facts label. The new labels will list added sugar, calories and better serving size information. The revised nutrition facts label for packaged foods will reflect new scient ...

  3. Planter Field Day

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/events/planter-field-day

    With the ever changing weather pattern, it is critical that farmers take advantage of prime planting opportunities. Planting as efficiently as possible is one key to a successful season. Planters and technology have a come a long way in recent years. From ...

  4. Population Structure Among and Within Iowa, Missouri, Ohio, and South Dakota Populations of Phytophthora sojae

    https://plantpath.osu.edu/node/3467

    Stewart, S., Robertson, A. E.; Wickramasinghe, D.; Draper, M. A; Michel, A; Dorrance, A. E. Population Structure Among and Within Iowa, Missouri, Ohio, and South Dakota Populations of Phytophthora sojae  PLANT DISEASE Volume: 100 Issue: 2 Pages: 367-379 A ...

  5. On-Farm Wheat Field Day-Pickaway County

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/events/farm-wheat-field-day-pickaway-county

    Get the latest information from OSU’s wheat team! How low can you go? Wheat freeze tolerance Minimum wheat stand to maximize profits Soil fertility considerations for improved efficiency Wheat disease identification and management Ohio Wheat Performance T ...

  6. Rust, Freeze Injury, Head Scab: Should I Still Put on a Fungicide?

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2016-12/rust-freeze-injury-head-scab-should-i-still-put-fungicide

    Is it still worth putting on a fungicide? If so, what would be the best time to put it on? Via phone, email, or in person, these have been the most frequently asked questions over the last 5 days. The short and simple answer is “it depends”. Some fields h ...

  7. Assessing the Wheat Crop for Freeze Damage

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/assessing-wheat-crop-freeze-damage

    Over the weekend, temperatures dipped to high 20s/low 30s sometimes accompanied by a frost.  The extent of damage to the wheat crop depends on the growth stage, temperature, and duration of the low temperature.  Wheat is most sensitive to freezing tempera ...

  8. Twisted Wheat: Cold temperatures or herbicide damage?

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/twisted-wheat-cold-temperatures-or-herbicide-damage

    Last week, we received a few reports from northwest Ohio of twisted wheat flag leaves.  Twisted wheat leaves could be a result of either cold temperatures or 2,4-D herbicide damage.  To determine the cause of the twisting, consider patterns in the field, ...

  9. Will Planting Delays Require Earlier Maturing Corn Hybrids?

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/will-planting-delays-require-earlier-maturing-corn-hybrids

    Throughout much of Ohio, cool temperatures and saturated soil conditions have delayed corn planting. According to the USDA/NASS (http://www.nass.usda.gov/), during the past week, Ohio corn acreage planted increased slowly (from 30% for the week ending May ...

  10. Delayed planting effects on corn yield: A “historical” perspective

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/delayed-planting-effects-corn-yield-%E2%80%9Chistorical%E2%80%9D-perspective

    Cold, wet conditions have delayed corn planting throughout Ohio. According to the USDA/NASS (http://www.nass.usda.gov/), for the week ending May 15, corn was 34 percent planted, which was 37 percent behind last year and 20 percent behind the five-year ave ...

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