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  1. Soil health at risk on fallow fields

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/news/articles/soil-health-risk-fallow-fields

    and growing through winter.”   Steve Culman culman.2@osu.edu 330-263-3787 Alan Sundermeier ...

  2. Farm Science Review 2019: Delayed harvest bolsters attendance

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/news/articles/farm-science-review-2019-delayed-harvest-bolsters-attendance

    temperatures, visitors learned about the economics of producing malting barley, legal issues associated with ...

  3. Time to Take the Last Forage Cutting

    https://forages.osu.edu/news/time-take-last-forage-cutting

    in the taproots that are used for winter survival and regrowth next spring. This fall rest period is ... last harvest of alfalfa to ensure good winter survival and yield potential for the following year can ... regrow and use up root reserves for that limited regrowth prior to winter dormancy.  Cutting in between ...

  4. Emergency Forages to Plant Yet This Year for Mechanical Harvest

    https://forages.osu.edu/news/emergency-forages-plant-yet-year-mechanical-harvest

    challenging. Earlier planting dates provide more autumn yield. Oat or spring triticale plus winter cereals ... Winter cereals (Winter rye, Winter wheat, Winter triticale) can be added to oat or spring triticale to ... add a forage harvest early next spring. Winter rye can also contribute a little extra autumn yield to ...

  5. Chow line: Fall vegetable options plentiful

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/news/articles/chow-line-fall-vegetable-options-plentiful

    Raspberries Spinach Summer Squash Turnips Winter Squash Chow Line is a service of The Ohio State University ...

  6. These hollies stay jolly when it’s cold out

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/news/articles/these-hollies-stay-jolly-when-it%E2%80%99s-cold-out

    Kurt Knebusch WOOSTER, Ohio—Baby, it’s too cold outside in winter in Ohio to grow the traditional ... unlike the evergreen English holly, drops all its leaves before winter. “This is my favorite species of ... holly, with the selection Winter Red topping the list, simply for the fact that the stems are absolutely ...

  7. Emergency Forages to Plant Yet This Year For Grazing

    https://forages.osu.edu/news/emergency-forages-plant-yet-year-grazing

    late autumn into early winter. For more information on establishment details and other agronomic ... triticale plus winter cereals Plant from last week of July to mid-September. Winter cereals (Winter rye, ... Winter wheat, Winter triticale) can be added to oat or spring triticale to add a forage for grazing early ...

  8. Late Summer Planting of Perennial Forages

    https://forages.osu.edu/news/late-summer-planting-perennial-forages

    existing stands were damaged by the winter followed by the heavy rainfall this year. The month of August ... winter. Typically, the main risk with forage seedings this time of year having sufficient moisture for ... October and November, the disease develops during the winter, and seedlings literally "melt ...

  9. Barley for Beer: New Guide Promotes Additional Revenue Stream

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/news/articles/barley-for-beer-new-guide-promotes-additional-revenue-stream

    a guide on growing it for malting. In Ohio, winter barley is planted in early fall and harvested in late ... industry now have a guidebook to help them grow a key ingredient: barley for malting. Since raising barley ... number of acres planted in malting barley in Ohio is on the rise, spurred by the state’s growing craft ...

  10. Dealing with Winter Injured Forage Stands

    https://forages.osu.edu/news/dealing-winter-injured-forage-stands

    Author: Mark Sulc I’ve been hearing more reports from around the state of winter injured forage ... stands, especially in alfalfa. The saturated soil during much of the winter took its toll, with winter ... chance of succeeding, provided adequate moisture is available. Winter injury has reduced stands and will ...

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