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  1. Wide-Row Wheat Management

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2021-32/wide-row-wheat-management

    during the 2012-2013 and 2013-2014 growing season (funded by Ohio Small Grains Marketing Program) ... indicated that wheat grown in 15-inch rows produced yields that were 1 to 11 percent lower than wheat grown ... for 7.5-inch rows. When producing wheat in wide rows, consider the following management tips: Choose ...

  2. Weather Update: Farm Science Review Week Weather

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2021-32/weather-update-farm-science-review-week-weather

    16-Day Rainfall Outlook from NOAA/NWS/Ohio River Forecast Center indicate temperatures are leaning below ... 30 days has been seasonally-average in areas of west central and southeast Ohio, but dry elsewhere. ... with return southerly flow pumping plentiful moisture northward into the Ohio Valley. A strong cold ...

  3. Field and Woodland Fungi

    https://plantpath.osu.edu/courses/plntpth-3333

    to local field locations and return at specified times. Mushrooms and other macroscopic fungi are ... major features of forest, rural, and urban landscapes, yet few people are able to identify them. This is ... important because while many mushrooms are used as food, some can cause illness and death from their ...

  4. Are Fall Armyworm Infesting Corn, too?

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2021-30/are-fall-armyworm-infesting-corn-too

    https://agrilife.org/lubbock/files/2021/02/BtTraitTable_Feb_2021B.pdf).  Although we have not seen any Bt resistance with fall armyworm in Ohio, we also don’t often see ... important? If and when, we have a fall armyworm invasion again, we need to make sure that these traits are ... flying soon. In fact, we have already seen some moths in traps already.  We are expanding our trap ...

  5. Unusual Fall Armyworm Outbreaks are Taking Many by Surprise

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2021-29/unusual-fall-armyworm-outbreaks-are-taking-many-surprise

    Ohio, but several of them are. As a result, we encourage farmers to be aware of feeding damage in their ... migrates into Ohio during the summer and could cause problems into late summer. It is not or maybe we ... cotton, pasture grasses, millet, tomato, and potato. Obviously, a few of these crops are not produced in ...

  6. Autumn Forage Harvest Management

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2021-29/autumn-forage-harvest-management

    developed across Ohio. Here are some comments about managing hayfields in view of this fall armyworm ... Forage producers around the state have been finishing the third cutting of alfalfa and a few have taken ... risk. For those who are risk adverse, following the last cutting date recommendations offers the highest ...

  7. CCA Credits will be available at the 2021 Farm Science Review

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2021-32/cca-credits-will-be-available-2021-farm-science-review

    Attention Certified Crop Advisors... CCA Credits are available at various locations and times ...

  8. Tar Spot more Widespread Cross the State of Ohio in 2021

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2021-30/tar-spot-more-widespread-cross-state-ohio-2021

    a few counties in the NW corner of the state, in 2021, the disease has so far been reposted in 21 ... silking (R1). In most of the effected fields, only a few stromata (black tar-like spots) are observed on ... a few leaves, but in other cases, large sections of fields are affected and there is evidence of an ...

  9. Managing Forage Stands Damaged by Fall Armyworm

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2021-30/managing-forage-stands-damaged-fall-armyworm

    A severe and fall armyworm outbreak developed across Ohio and neighboring states. It has caused ... infestation from another generation that might occur yet this fall. The Ohio State University Extension ... entomologists and extension educators across the state are monitoring for further fall armyworm moth flights and ...

  10. Welcome to Our New Soybean Pathologists, Horacio and Mitch!

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2021-28/welcome-our-new-soybean-pathologists-horacio-and-mitch

    On behalf of Ohio State Extension’s AgCrops Team, we’d like to welcome Dr. Horacio Lopez-Nicora ... AgCrops Team. Anne was promoted to Associate Dean and Director of The Ohio State University Wooster Campus ... Wisconsin-Madison. Welcome to Ohio, Mitch! We’d also like to thank Dr. Anne Dorrance for all her contributions to the ...

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