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  1. June 24th CORN Live Webinar Focuses on Weeds in Soybeans and Wheat Harvest

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/19-2021/june-24th-corn-live-webinar-focuses-weeds-soybeans-and-wheat

    Mark Loux, Professor and Extension Specialist in Weed Science at OSU. In many parts of Ohio, wind or ... Development and Membership at Ohio Corn and Wheat, and John Hoffman, Pickaway County farmer, will also be ...

  2. Do you need to apply sulfur to reach your corn yield goals?

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/19-2021/do-you-need-apply-sulfur-reach-your-corn-yield-goals

    a positive response to sulfur (Figure 1). Interestingly, only 5 trials showed a statistically significant ... positive response, and 3 trials where in-furrow applications resulted in significant yield decline, ... Ohio, but some corn fields will positively respond to sulfur fertilization. We continue to monitor and ...

  3. Weather Update: First of the Season Tornadoes Strike Ohio

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/19-2021/weather-update-first-season-tornadoes-strike-ohio

    Another, weaker EF1 tornado moved from southwest Montgomery County into northeast Butler County.   A large ...

  4. Putting poison hemlock in perspective

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/19-2021/putting-poison-hemlock-perspective

    news over the past month, in articles such as this one. From a frequency of poisoning standpoint, some ...

  5. Registration is Open for the OFGC 2021 Summer Forage Field Days

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/18-2021/registration-open-ofgc-2021-summer-forage-field-days

    increase divisions into twenty-four paddocks, cattle are moved daily and have access to portable piped ... constructed for hay storage. The second stop in the tour will move six miles north to a field managed by Ned ... stop, we will move further north into Knox county to learn about the use of Conservation Reserve Program ...

  6. Canada thistle rebounds?

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/19-2021/canada-thistle-rebounds

    taken the previous years to prevent the development of dense thistle stands. In soybeans resistant to ...

  7. Chow Line: Healthy red food options for Juneteenth

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/news/articles/chow-line-healthy-red-food-options-for-juneteenth

    most fruits and vegetables contains antioxidants, which can reduce the risk of developing high ... the risk of developing different types of cancer, such as prostate cancer, and protect against heart ... Extension and the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center. Send questions to Chow Line writer ...

  8. Troubling tick season expected

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/news/articles/troubling-tick-season-expected

    12,260 dogs in Ohio tested positive for Lyme disease, which is significantly higher than the two previous ...

  9. Chow Line: Tick season could result in red meat allergies for some

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/news/articles/chow-line-tick-season-could-result-in-red-meat-allergies-for-some

    Mountain spotted fever and in some cases, cause some people to develop an allergy to red meat after being ... who have been bitten by a lone star tick have gone on to develop an allergy to eating red meat, and in ... some cases, dairy. The study found that, in rare cases, some people have developed life-threatening ...

  10. June 10th Webinar Focuses on In-season Nitrogen Application

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/events/june-10th-webinar-focuses-season-nitrogen-application

    Manager at the Farm Science Review (FSR), and John Fulton, Professor and OSU Extension Specialist in Food, ...

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