Warmer and Drier will be the trend for the rest of the growing season
events. You can keep up on the latest NOAA/NWS/OHRFC Drought Briefing using our drought briefing page at: ...
Be Mindful of Bees during Delayed Planting this Season
lost more than half of our colonies and beekeepers around the state are reporting levels of winter kill ... bee death. While no obvious bee-kills were observed in our colonies in 2013, we believe that ...
Corn Silking in Some Fields
fertilizes all the silks of the same plant. Under field conditions 97% or more of the kernels produced by ...
Managing Risk for Bt Resistant Rootworms
developed a framework for managing Bt resistance, and is requesting comments from stakeholders (see: ...
HAIL DAMAGE TO SOYBEAN
conducted a hail simulation trial at the Western Agricultural Research Station in South Charleston. Hail ...
Managing Corn Rust with Fungicides
Both southern and common rust have been confirmed in multiple corn fields across the state, but as is usually the case in Ohio, the latter is much more wide-spread than the former, and most of the affected fields are in the southern half of the state. Sou ...
June Sets Rainfall Records for Many Parts of Ohio
into 2016. Research by the National Weather Service Ohio River Forecast and Ohio State University shows ...
Considering Growing Wheat in Wide Rows?
the same regardless of row width. Wide Wheat Row Management Tips: Choose a variety that is ...
Moldy Corn, Kernel Sprouting and Upright Ears
orientation during the drydown period prior to harvest. In ongoing OSU field research that compares multiple ...
The Risk for Scab Continues to be Low as We Enter Early Grain-fill
late-planted fields in some parts of Northern Ohio that are now at the flowering growth stage, most of our ...