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  1. Cover Crop Management Seminar

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2023-03/cover-crop-management-seminar

    Cody Beacom and Jim Hoorman are the headline speakers for a Cover Crop Management three-hour morning program presented by the Ohio No-Till Council, Hardin County OSU Extension, and The Nature Conservancy. The event will be held at the Plaza Inn Restaurant ...

  2. Quality Assurance Session 3

    https://miami.osu.edu/events/quality-assurance-session-3-0

    Session 3 Link to register:  https://go.osu.edu/feb20qa2 ...

  3. Quality Assurance

    https://miami.osu.edu/events/quality-assurance-0

    Link to Register:  https://go.osu.edu/mar13qa6 ...

  4. Quality Assurnace Session 2

    https://miami.osu.edu/events/quality-assurnace-session-2

    Session 2 Link to regiser:  https://go.osu.edu/feb20qa11 ...

  5. Quality Assurance Session 1

    https://miami.osu.edu/events/quality-assurance

    Session 1 Link to register:  https://go.osu.edu/feb20qa9 ...

  6. 2023-03

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2023-03

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  7. REDMINDER: Join Us for the 3rd Annual Virtual Corn College and Soybean School

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2023-03/redminder-join-us-3rd-annual-virtual-corn-college-and-soybean

    Due to popular demand, the AgCrops Team will host the 3rd annual virtual Corn College and Soybean School on February 10, 2023 from 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM featuring your OSU Extension state specialists and soil fertility guest speaker, Dr. Kurt Steinke, from Mi ...

  8. Safety Through the Seasons 2023

    https://agsafety.osu.edu/safety-through-seasons-2023

    Ag Safety S.T.A.T. – Safe Tactics for Ag Today  is prepared by the OSU Extension Agricultural Safety & Health Team. The goal is to provide seasonal safety news and activities that may be re-published in your own newsletters or programs. If you have sa ...

  9. Row Spacing

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/node/4451

    In Ohio, most soybeans are planted in narrow rows (7.5- to 15-inch). Soybeans grown in narrow rows produce more grain because they capture more sunlight energy, which drives photosynthesis. Within limits, as sunlight interception increases, so does yield. ...

  10. Variety Selection

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/node/4450

    Most soybean varieties have genetic yield potentials well over 100 bushels per acre. A variety’s adaptability to the environment and production system where it will be used sets the yield potential of the production system. The quality of the weather duri ...

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