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Learn How to Identify Tar Spot in the Field
Tar spot in corn may be difficult for untrained eyes to tell apart from other diseases and insect poop (frass). Click here to learn how to tell the difference before scouting your corn fields. https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2022-22/sco ...
Thoughts from Jackie
Piatt Castle, and Indian Lake). Thank you to Stephanie Knight and Kathy Tutt for kicking the tour off ...
Food Waste News
committed to two missions: first, to educate people about reducing food waste, and second, to explore ways ...
Crucial Conversations Training set for August and September
heart of healthy and high-performance organizations are people willing and able to hold Crucial ...
Lep Monitoring Update WBC Numbers Increase, Scouting Expands
Western Bean Cutworm Western bean cutworm (WBC) averages have increased in many counties across Ohio from July 18- 24. For the week ending July 24, the statewide average was greater than 9 moths, an increase from the 8 moth average last week. We recommend ...
Weather Update: Ample July Precipitation for Most
Summary The precipitation pe ndulum has swung back the other direction for many across the state in July. Figure 1 shows that much of western and central Ohio have picked up more than 150% of normal precipitation, with multiple rounds of showers and storm ...
Defoliation in Soybean and Corn
Starting in July and through August, a number of different insect species (such as beetles and various caterpillars) can feed on corn and soybean leaves. Foliage feeding in corn is almost never economic, though economic damage from silk clipping by beetl ...
2022 Ohio Wheat Performance Test- Results Available Online
Results from the 2022 Ohio Wheat Performance Test are now online by clicking HERE. The purpose of the Ohio Wheat Performance Test is to evaluate wheat varieties, blends, brands, and breeding lines for yield, grain quality, and other important performance ...
Seeding Perennial Forages in Late Summer
August is the second good window of opportunity of the year for establishing perennial forage stands (spring being the first good planting time). August is also the ideal time for filling in gaps in seedings made this spring. The primary risk with late su ...
Other Corn Ear Abnormalities – when and why do they develop?
Despite many corn acres having reached tasseling, other corn acres are still in rapidly growing stages, mid to late vegetative. Any adverse conditions can still affect the crop through or prior to harvest. Arrested ears ’ occurrence was discussed two week ...