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Western Bean Cutworm Peaking in Ohio
Western bean cutworm (WBC) numbers for the week ending July 18 continue to increase across the state. Eight counties including, Ashtabula, Champaign, Defiance, Fulton, Henry, Lorain, Lucas and Woods have 7 or more moths per trap over the past week, indica ...
How to Distinguish Flooding Injury from Phytophthora or Pythium Root Rot in Soybeans
Flooding injury occurs when soils are saturated for several days and anoxia develops. The roots are killed, as are the nodules that are home to the nitrogen fixing bacteria. The field has an “interesting’ smell but the key symptoms of this injury are on ...
To Spray or Not to Spray…Foliar Products at R3
The R3 soybean growth stage is a common time to consider foliar application of fungicide, insecticide, and fertilizer. Before we jump into the potential yield outcomes of these products, let’s define the R3 growth stage. A soybean plant is at the R3 growt ...
July 22, 29, and August 5th Webinars Focus on Cover Crops
The next three sessions of CORN Live webinars will focus on managing cover crop systems. Sessions will be on Thursday mornings from 8:00-9:00am with 1 hour of nutrient management CCA CEUs offered for attending each session. Topics include: July 22: Inters ...
Camilla Richards ...
Celeste Nye ...
Fungicide Efficacy for Control of Corn Diseases
Many corn fields in Ohio are rapidly approaching silking (R1), and foliar diseases such as Gray leaf spot have been observed where the environment has been conducive to disease development, prompting growers to consider fungicide applications. The informa ...
Western Bean Cutworm Numbers Begin to Increase Across Ohio
Western bean cutworm (WBC) numbers for the week ending July 11 have increased to the point where scouting for egg masses is recommended in Fulton, Henry, Lorain and Lucas counties. Traps were monitored from July 5 – 11 and resulted in a statewide average ...
Soybean Defoliation: It Takes a lot to Really Matter!
The mid-season defoliators are beginning to show up in soybean fields across Ohio. These defoliators include first generation bean leaf beetles, Japanese beetles, grasshopper nymphs and several different caterpillars such as silver-spotted skippers, paint ...