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  1. Selecting Hydrangeas for the Home Landscape

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/hyg-1263

    winter. Their name, hydrangea, comes from the Greek words “hydor” meaning water, referring to the plant’s ... Providing winter protection will increase success even more. Details are reviewed within the discussion of ... reduced, plants become stressed and more susceptible to diseases as well as winter injury. While hydrangeas ...

  2. Anthracnose of Raspberry and Blackberry

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/plpath-fru-27

    addition, it may kill canes or weaken them so that they do not survive the winter. Other common names for ... survives the winter in lesions on diseased canes. The following spring and summer, during wet and rainy ... is best to remove old canes during the dormant season (winter or early spring) before new growth ...

  3. Pantry Food Storage

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/HYG-5401

    a storage shed or garage. Sometimes in the winter, canned goods may freeze. Canned goods may be frozen and ...

  4. Crop Estimation of Grapes

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/HYG-1434-11

    such as disease (e.g., crown gall), winter injuries, replanting, etc. For these reasons, each year, ...

  5. Cool-Season Turfgrasses for Sports Fields and Recreational Areas

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/str-1

    Groups Traits Compact Compact, dark, long winter dormancy, good stress resistance Midnight Compact, dark, ... long winter dormancy, good stress resistance (except stem rust) America Fine leaf, high density, ... moderate winter dormancy and stress resistance Mid-Atlantic Medium-high density, deep roots and rhizomes, ...

  6. Peach Leaf Curl

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/plpath-fru-26

    every spring, can be severe during cool, wet springs that follow mild winters. The leaf curl fungus ... other diseases and to winter injury. Weakened trees also will produce fewer fruit the following season. ... by the fungus, Taphrina deformans. The fungus survives the winter as spores (conidia) on bark and ...

  7. Sustainable Crop Rotations with Cover Crops

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/SAG-9

    winter pea, crotalaria, red clover, sweet clover, hairy vetch, soybeans, and alfalfa. On the other hand, ... July) For nitrogen: cowpea, crotalaria, winter pea, red and sweet clover, hairy vetch, and soybeans. For ... 2.92 43.3 14.8 24 Winter pea 3.1 2.60 44.1 17.0 181 Non-legumes Corriander 0.5 1.52 41.4 27.3 18* ...

  8. Be Alert for Spotted Lanternfly

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/anr-83

    increased susceptibility to winter injury, reduced fruit set, and in some cases, vine death (Image 9). The ...

  9. Peach Canker

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/plpath-fru-25

    not attack healthy, vigorous peach bark. Winter injury, insect damage, and mechanical injury are ... common types of wounds serving as entry points. The fungi survive the winter in cankers or in dead wood. ... of breakage and winter injury. Delay pruning until early spring. This promotes quick healing. Remove ...

  10. 2021 Ohio Wheat Performance Test

    https://stepupsoy.osu.edu/news/2021-ohio-wheat-performance-test

    varieties best suited for their production system and market. Varieties differ in yield potential, winter ... OH, Dr. Byung-Kee Baik, Director. Test results for the 79 winter wheat varieties evaluated in 2021 are ... on disease resistance, average yield across test sites and years (Tables 2 & 3), winter ...

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