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  1. Have You Evaluated Your Forage Stands?

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2014-10/have-you-evaluated-your-forage-stands

    Two weeks ago Rory Lewandowski wrote an article describing how to evaluate forage stands for winter injury. So our question is, “Have you walked out into your forage stands yet this spring?” If not, you may be in for a rude surprise. The hard freeze this ...

  2. This Week's Weather

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2014-10/weeks-weather

    The week of April 21-26 will feature temperatures a few degrees above normal with below normal rainfall. Normal highs are in the 60s and normal lows in the 40s for the most part. Normal rainfall is about 0.75 inches. We are also entering the period where ...

  3. Spring Insect Concerns Already?

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2014-10/spring-insect-concerns-already

    It is difficult to even think about insects when many producers have not even had a chance to work the fields, let alone plant.  However, two items of note to think about over the next week or two.  First, we are actually approaching the required number o ...

  4. Adjusting Corn Management Practices for a Late Start

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2014-10/adjusting-corn-management-practices-late-start

    As of Sunday April 20, no appreciable acreage of corn had been planted in Ohio (http://www.nass.usda.gov/oh  ). Although weather forecasts call for some warmer than average temperatures and relatively near-normal rain this week, the forecast for early May ...

  5. Temperatures are Still Cool

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2014-10/temperatures-are-still-cool

    Soil temperatures from around the state are highly variable still on the cool side.  From the weather stations at the branches, these are the soil temperatures at 2.5 inches, from April 20 were: county  research branch temperature (f) Jackson Jackson  51. ...

  6. Winterkill of Italian Ryegrass Stands

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2014-10/winterkill-italian-ryegrass-stands

    (Editor's note: John McCormick was also an author on this article) Last week we observed the worst winter injury in Italian and annual ryegrass stands since 2004 when we first began testing this species on an annual basis. We have received several re ...

  7. Ohio State to host 2014 International Nonthermal Processing Workshop and Short Course

    https://fst.osu.edu/news/ohio-state-host-2014-international-nonthermal-processing-workshop-and-short-course

    FST Professor Bala Balasubramaniam and colleagues will be hosting the 2014 International Nonthermal Processing Workshop and Short Course at OSU between October 21-23, 2014.   The International Nonthermal workshop, held annually for the past 12 years, typi ...

  8. New ‘Critically Sensitive’ Technology Providing Potential for Broad Range of Scientific Discovery

    https://fst.osu.edu/news/new-%E2%80%98critically-sensitive%E2%80%99-technology-providing-potential-broad-range-scientific-discovery

    COLUMBUS, Ohio-- Ohio State University researchers are investigating the benefits of using a new analytical platform in the emerging field of metabolomics. Experts say the platform has the potential to open doors for new discoveries in disease prevention ...

  9. Cakes & chemistry: the science of baking

    https://fst.osu.edu/news/cakes-chemistry-science-baking

    It’s one of the first lessons in culinary school: Baking is a science. Any slight changes in a recipe — too much baking powder, over-mixing a batter — can make the difference between a moist cupcake and a hockey puck. “There is definitely an art to baking ...

  10. Evaluate Alfalfa Stands For Winter Injury

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2014-08/evaluate-alfalfa-stands-winter-injury

    As alfalfa stands break dormancy and begin growth, growers should make plans to take some time to evaluate the health of those stands and determine if there was winter injury.  Some early bud growth was observed the last full week of March in the southern ...

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