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  1. Fall Hay Harvest, Weed Control, and Agritourism

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/fall-hay-harvest-weed-control-and-agritourism

    associated with winter damage to perennial forage stands. Alfalfa, clovers, and many grasses are growing more ... slowly with the cooling fall temperatures. In order to survive the winter, they will need good root ... prepare for winter. Another management consideration involves taking a final cutting after the killing ...

  2. 2020 OSU Weed Science Field Research Results

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    OSU Weed Science Field Research Results- 2020 SOYBEAN TRIALS 20ALITE27 Residual Weed Control with ...

  3. A Different Kind of Wayne County Fair

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    a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, Governor Dewine has ordered that fairs taking place after July 31 st ...

  4. ANR News

    https://wayne.osu.edu/program-areas/agriculture-and-natural-resources/anr-news

    Cover Crops Offer Options Winter Wheat Stand Assessment & Fertilization COVID-19 on Farms with ...

  5. Canning Tips

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    our own history.  The practice of putting food away for the winter has been more than preservation, ... a wonderful way to save the bounty of the summer for fall and winter.  It’s a way to continue family ...

  6. Look to the Trees

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/look-trees

    defoliation over time will result in plant death. Another type of damage caused by the bag worm occurs when ... resulting in branch death several years later. There are several options for control of bagworm. First is ...

  7. Safe Canning of Tomatoes and Salsa

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/safe-canning-tomatoes-and-salsa

    recommendations. *For best results, process tomatoes within 2 to 3 hours after harvest or purchasing.  *Salt is ... lemon juice as this could result in a potentially unsafe salsa.  Lemon juice is more acidic than vinegar ...

  8. Summer-Planted Forages

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/summer-planted-forages

    Brassicas, oats, peas, and buckwheat will all winter kill. Clovers, rye, barley, and vetch do not winter kill ... Many local producers harvested their cereal rye or other winter small grain crops as baleage or ... beginning to gain attention in the Midwest as another forage option following winter cereal crops. Ideally, ...

  9. Late Summer Hay Seeding

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/late-summer-hay-seeding

    improves winter hardiness. Clovers should have an established crown before the frost and grasses should ... begin tillering for improved winter survival. Alfalfa seedings delayed into late August increase the ...

  10. Preparing for Home Canning

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    purchased ahead of time, but check the expiration date for best results. The guideline is to only purchase ... the quantity of lids you will use in one year. Older lids may have a soft compound and result in ...

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