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  1. Our Annual Article to Nag about Fall Herbicides and Cressleaf Groundsel

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2022-33/our-annual-article-nag-about-fall-herbicides-and-cressleaf

    results in large weedy burndown situations, requiring more complex and expensive herbicide treatments, ... which can still struggle to be effective enough.  Fall herbicide application results in an essentially ... weedfree field until sometime in April when giant ragweed and a few spring-emerging winter annuals start to ...

  2. Autumn Forage Harvest Management

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2022-31/autumn-forage-harvest-management

    that are used for winter survival and regrowth next spring. And every spring we hear of weak stands ... coming out of the winter, and after asking questions we learn that in many of those cases of weak stand ... weakened the stand going into the winter. Forage producers around the state have been finishing the third ...

  3. Josh Winters

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/people/josh-winters

    Josh Winters Educator, Agriculture and Natural Resources Jackson County 740-688-5029 ... winters.249@osu.edu ...

  4. Lep Monitoring Update: FAW Trap Numbers Starting to Decline

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2022-32/lep-monitoring-update-faw-trap-numbers-starting-decline

    th- 18 th resulting in an average of 4.4 moths per trap (down from 6.6). Three counties reported an ...

  5. Do I Really Need to Wait for the Fly-Free Date? Wheat Planting Date and Other Management Considerations for Fall 2022

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2022-30/do-i-really-need-wait-fly-free-date-wheat-planting-date-and-other

    increases the risk of insect and disease problems including Hessian fly and aphids carrying Barley Yellow ... Wheat Performance Test results can be found at: https://ohiocroptest.cfaes.osu.edu/wheattrials/ Optimum ... winter survival. Plant seed 1.5 inches deep and make sure planting depth is uniform across the field. ...

  6. Using Cover Crops with Fall Manure Applications

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2022-31/using-cover-crops-fall-manure-applications

    the requirement to live through the winter months. Cereal rye is the most commonly planted cool-season ... grass for capturing excess nitrogen. Because rye over-winters, research has shown it can capture and ...

  7. Assessing yield-limiting factors in corn, when do yield components develop?

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2022-31/assessing-yield-limiting-factors-corn-when-do-yield-components

    Belt, only the upper one or two ear shoots result in ears with harvestable grain, but hybrids have been ... Due to this and other unknowns, these are just estimations. It is expected to have results within ...

  8. Seed testing for cover crops to meet germination and purity requirements

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2022-30/seed-testing-cover-crops-meet-germination-and-purity-requirements

    ensure quality test results. Use of a sampling probe/bag trier (image) can help with collection of ...

  9. Late-season waterhemp and Palmer amaranth scouting resources

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2022-30/late-season-waterhemp-and-palmer-amaranth-scouting-resources

    through patches or infested fields will result in further spread throughout the field and also ...

  10. Incomplete Kernel Set and Tipped-Back Corn: How Do They Differ?

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2022-29/incomplete-kernel-set-and-tipped-back-corn-how-do-they-differ

    The result is the same: fewer viable kernels per ear, but diagnosing the difference helps understand ... scattered kernel set in the ear (Fig. 1). Poor or scattered kernel set on ears results from either failed ... can be the result of different conditions—a plant population response (i.e., higher seeding rates, ...

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