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  1. Managing Take-all and other Diseases in Wheat after Wheat

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2019-31/managing-take-all-and-other-diseases-wheat-after-wheat

    happen to plant wheat after wheat or another small grain crop this fall: Nutrient management: Take-all is ... nutrient stress (lack of essential and trace elements) could increase take-all. Soil pH: Take-all it is ... let us continue to explore fall management options. If you cannot rotate away from a small grain crop, ...

  2. The Agronomic Crops Team will welcome you to the Farm Science Review

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2019-30/agronomic-crops-team-will-welcome-you-farm-science-review

    – short walks through the plots to highlight some of the research we do across the state and to answer ... to 3:30 PM each day. They include Phosphorus Management, 2019 Weather Review and Future, New ... Tri-state Fertilizer Recommendations, Grazing Annuals, Herbicide Mode of Action choices and more; check the ...

  3. Time to Take a Last Cutting

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2019-29/time-take-last-cutting

    because our surviving stands have suffered a great deal of wet soil stress this year. Adding the stress of ... of stand, soil fertility, variety, and soil moisture that affect the level of that risk. For those ... fall cutting will be like adding insult to injury, in our opinion carrying a higher degree of risk this ...

  4. Digital Agriculture program celebrates Ohio State’s sesquicentennial

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/news/articles/digital-agriculture-program-celebrates-ohio-state%E2%80%99s-sesquicentennial

    agriculture technologies continues to be one of the biggest drivers of research for our team,” said Andrew ... researchers are able to show how technology can be used to create an image of a logo commemorating the ... image’s background. “This being our fifth logo, we have a pretty good system down,” said Ryan Tietje, ...

  5. Late Season Foliar Diseases Have Started in Soybeans

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2019-30/late-season-foliar-diseases-have-started-soybeans

    soybeans. Sclerotinia stem rot – we found this disease in our research plots today in a field that was ... mid-June, soil temperatures were still relatively cold this year and I won’t relive how much rain we had, ... capacity fertilizer applicators, we may not be getting that full rate all the way to the edge of the field. ...

  6. Listen to the Agronomy and Farm Management Podcast while driving to the 37th Farm Science Review

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2019-31/listen-agronomy-and-farm-management-podcast-while-driving-37th

    Management Podcast on the way! We interviewed the FSR manager, Nick Zachrich, about what is new this year and ... also talked to the farm manager, Nate Douridas, on what will be featured in the field demonstrations. ... more. Come out and see us! https://agcrops.osu.edu/video/agronomy-and-farm-management-podcast Agronomy ...

  7. News tips and events for the week of Sept. 16

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/news/articles/news-tips-and-events-for-the-week-sept-16

    and explore the natural beauty of our grounds. All proceeds support arboretum research and education ... To register:  go.osu.edu/foodpreneur. 30 Animals in Our Lives Featuring Dr. Temple Grandin,  5–8 p.m., Dave ... Interactions Research and Education (CHAIRE). Will include a short introduction to CHAIRE, a plated dinner, ...

  8. Poultry Litter Applications

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2019-26/poultry-litter-applications

    is an excellent source of plant nutrients and readily available in most parts of the state. Poultry ... poultry litter in the state comes from laying hens and turkey finishers. Typical nutrient ranges in ... greatly influences the amount of nutrients per ton. Handlers of poultry litter have manure analysis sheets ...

  9. Attracting more farmers to participate in water quality efforts

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/news/articles/attracting-more-farmers-participate-in-water-quality-efforts

    changing how they apply fertilizer to their fields, according to a behavioral scientist at The Ohio State ... applying fertilizer underground rather than on the surfaces of fields, will actually improve water quality ... larger farms have, Wilson said. So, offering farmers more evidence about the link between fertilizer ...

  10. Planting alternative grasses that can handle lots of rain

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/news/articles/planting-alternative-grasses-can-handle-lots-rain

    more flexible in terms of what we grow and how we move our animals around, that can increase our ... which left soils persistently saturated.  Unlike cool-season grasses, prairie grasses have extensive ... this fall and expect to sustain our animals next spring. But once they’re established, they can last ...

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