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  1. Grain Quality

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/node/4417

    composition, especially grain protein. Additional information on hybrids developed for special grain com- ... position characteristics is in the  Specialty Corns  section in this chapter.  Table 4-8: Average Protein ...

  2. How Climate Affects Corn Production

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    plant development.  Temperatures less than 40 degrees Fahrenheit reduce photosynthesis, even if the only ... maturity (black layer formation) in the fall, sugars usually continue to move from the stalk into the ear. ... of corn vary according to the stage of development, as shown in Table 4-1. Corn reaches its peak ...

  3. How Climate Affects Corn Production

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/node/4406

    plant development.  Temperatures less than 40 degrees Fahrenheit reduce photosynthesis, even if the only ... maturity (black layer formation) in the fall, sugars usually continue to move from the stalk into the ear. ... of corn vary according to the stage of development, as shown in Table 4-1. Corn reaches its peak ...

  4. Disease Resistance and Tolerance

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    shown positive yield response to higher populations cannot be grown at high plant densities because of ...

  5. Seeding Depth

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    protection and allow for adequate root development. Shallower planting often results in poor root development ... nodal roots develop about 1/2 to 3/4 inches below the soil surface. However at planting depths less than ... 1 inch, the nodal roots develop at or just below the soil surface. Excessively shallow planting can cause ...

  6. David Marrison Named Interim Director of Farm Financial Management and Policy Institute

    https://extops.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/newsletter/news-and-notes/november-21-2023/david-marrison-named-interim-director-farm-financial

    David Marrison, field specialist, farm management, has been named interim director of the CFAES ... partnership with the CFAES Department of Agricultural, Environmental, and Development Economics (AEDE), the ... Read the full article at cfaes.osu.edu/news/articles/cfaes-creates-farm-management-institute-address-changing-demands-farmers-names-david. ...

  7. Row Width

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    3 percent or more) over 30-inch rows. This advantage diminishes moving southward with little or no yield ...

  8. Corn Production

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    influenced by one or more other practices. The keys to developing a successful production system are to ... yield limiting factors, and to develop management systems that maximize the beneficial aspect of each ... interaction. In order to obtain higher yields and profits, knowledge of corn growth and development is ...

  9. Maturity

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    the past, early- to mid-maturing hybrids have been developed in recent years with yields comparable to ...

  10. Corn Pest Management

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    Weed Control  A number of factors need to be considered when developing weed control programs for ... damage is caused by the larvae, which emerge in the soil around mid-June and feed on developing corn ... management depends on understanding its cause(s), the factors that favor disease development, which plant ...

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