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  1. Now You’re the Boss

    https://leadershipcenter.osu.edu/events/now-you%E2%80%99re-boss-1

    Education, and Leadership, and retired from WBNS Channel 10 TV as the General Manager. ...

  2. DANGER! – Overhead Power Lines

    https://agsafety.osu.edu/newsletter/ag-safety-stat/october-2019/danger-%E2%80%93-overhead-power-lines

    your feet together. Then, with feet together, hop to safety as you leave the area.   For more ...

  3. Using Your Strengths @ Work online

    https://leadershipcenter.osu.edu/events/using-your-strengths-work-online-0

    contribution to your organization. The Gallup organization has found through its research that: People who know ...

  4. Best Management Practices for Mitigating Phosphorous Loss from Agricultural Soils AGF-509-09 Bifold format

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/publications/best-management-practices-mitigating-phosphorous-loss-agricultural-soils-agf-509-09

    AGF 509 Phosphorus Nutrient Stewardship bifold.pdf September, 2019 ...

  5. Stalk Quality Concerns

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2019-34/stalk-quality-concerns

    rains through June caused unprecedented planting delays. Saturated soils resulted in shallow root ... systems. Corn plantings in wet soils often resulted in surface and in-furrow compaction further restricting ... and stalk infection by fungi. The stalk rot fungi typically survive in corn residue on the soil ...

  6. Is a late soybean harvest in your future?

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2019-34/late-soybean-harvest-your-future

    having to dry some of our later planted stands. Due to the late harvest last year, this was a struggle ... normal. As we begin to lose time for in-field drying, bin drying may be our next option.  Bin drying is ... possible but must be done with care for our own safety and for grain quality. For storage, a normal soybean ...

  7. 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, ...

  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. 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 ...

  10. The Ohio Soy Sustainable Summer Signs-Off on Another Great County Fair Tour

    https://bioproducts.osu.edu/news/ohio-soy-sustainable-summer-signs-another-great-county-fair-tour

    Over the past 5 months, our staff has been on the road for tens of hours, driving hundreds of ... Sustainable Summer program brought interactive bioeconomy education to five of Ohio’s great county fairs. Our ... a blank canvas for scientists to develop novel chemicals and new technologies. Our program seeks to ...

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