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  1. Using Manure with Corn

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2022-15/using-manure-corn

    corn fields emerging while others have not yet gotten corn planted. Last fall and this past winter were ...

  2. Chow Line: Spring is a great time to add more fresh spinach to your diet

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/news/articles/chow-line-spring-is-great-time-add-more-fresh-spinach-your-diet

    semi-savoy spinach, all of which can be eaten cooked or raw. And it’s fairly easy to grow—even over winter ... you want to grow spinach over winter, you can plant it in October by first preparing the soil, ... a week or two and slowly grow over winter. Harvest can start when temperatures go over 45 degrees.” ...

  3. Will Upcoming Cool Temperatures Hurt Winter Wheat?

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2022-11/will-upcoming-cool-temperatures-hurt-winter-wheat

    the next few days. However, these temperatures should not harm winter wheat at the Feekes 6 to ... winter wheat at several growth stages (Table 1). Keep in mind, actual yield reductions in the field can ... information, see our new ‘Freeze Symptoms and Associated Yield Loss in Soft Red Winter Wheat’ FactSheet: ...

  4. Harvest Timing Affects Winter Annual Forage Yield and Quality

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2022-11/harvest-timing-affects-winter-annual-forage-yield-and-quality

    The greatest challenge with winter annual cereal forages for many producers is managing harvest ... your winter annuals at the highest quality possible unless your operation only needs low quality ... experiencing excessive winter and spring rainfall. At Feekes 10.5, triticale had the highest yield averaging ...

  5. Record wheat prices prompt more Ohio farmers to plant wheat this year

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/news/articles/record-wheat-prices-prompt-more-ohio-farmers-plant-wheat-year

    won’t harvest until next year. Most of the wheat Ohio farmers grow is soft red winter wheat, which is ... said, it doesn’t grow as well as winter wheat. “Is spring wheat an option for Ohio farmers?” she asked. ... “Yes, we can grow spring wheat in Ohio, but spring wheat yield will be significantly lower than winter ...

  6. Dealing With Winter Injured Forage Stands

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2022-10/dealing-winter-injured-forage-stands

    rough coming out of the winter, I’ve outlined some ideas in this article to consider. The first step is ... soil moisture. The excessive wet conditions this winter and late fall cutting last year have reduced ...

  7. Nature Now

    https://ocvn.osu.edu/news/nature-now

    active in late winter and spring) and reptiles (which are more active in late spring and summer). ...

  8. Weather Update: A Warmer but Wetter Week Ahead

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2022-09/weather-update-warmer-wetter-week-ahead

    Although the region has seen a few warm days, winter has certainly not given up entirely. This ...

  9. CFAES Ag Weather System 2022 Near-Surface Air and Soil Temperatures/Moisture (Update 2)

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2022-09/cfaes-ag-weather-system-2022-near-surface-air-and-soil

    temperatures.   Despite an active weather pattern across Ohio to end winter, the start of spring has been ...

  10. Time to Assess Forage Legume Stands

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2022-07/time-assess-forage-legume-stands

    conditions and widely fluctuating temperatures have presented tough conditions for forage stands this winter ... details on winter injury evaluation in forages, please refer to the Corn, Soybean, Wheat, and Forages ... Although winter temperatures, snow cover, and soil wetness are primary driving factors affecting tall ...

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