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  1. Fertilizer Recertification Opportunity

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/events/fertilizer-recertification-opportunity

    Do you have a fertilizer certificate that is set to expire May 31 and need a final chance to renew it before it expires?  If so, there is a fertilizer recertification class scheduled in Kenton (Hardin County) for May 30 at 7:00 pm.  This one-hour evening ...

  2. Watch for Slug Damage on Seedling Plants (When There Are Plants to Watch)

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2019-14/watch-slug-damage-seedling-plants-when-there-are-plants-watch

    Cool, wet conditions have been the perfect weather to favor slug populations.  Slugs are able to eat many types of plants, and even in fields that haven’t been sown yet slugs can successfully feed on weeds.  Late planting in many areas may cause more slug ...

  3. Fertilizer Recertification Opportunity

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2019-14/fertilizer-recertification-opportunity

    Do you have a fertilizer certificate that is set to expire May 31 and need a final chance to renew it before it expires?  If so, there is a fertilizer recertification class scheduled in Kenton (Hardin County) for May 30 at 7:00 pm.  This one-hour evening ...

  4. Head Scab Update: Week of May 20

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2019-14/head-scab-update-week-may-20

    In northern Ohio, most of the wheat fields are between Feekes growth stages 9 (full flag leaf emergence) and 10 (boot), with the odd early-planted field or field planted with an early- maturing variety beginning to head-out. In southern Ohio, fields are b ...

  5. Ohio Corn, Soybean and Wheat Enterprise Budgets- Projected Returns for 2019

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2019-14/ohio-corn-soybean-and-wheat-enterprise-budgets-projected-returns

    Production costs for Ohio field crops are forecast to be largely unchanged from last year with slightly higher fertilizer and interest expenses that may increase total costs for some growers. Variable costs for corn in Ohio for 2019 are projected to range ...

  6. Forages are Ready for Harvest!

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2019-14/forages-are-ready-harvest

    Many alfalfa and forage stands across the state took a beating this winter and the wet spring has added insult to injury. For weak stands, harvesting a little later than normal will help them recover. However, we’ve seen some younger stands that are looki ...

  7. Managing Head Scab with Fungicides: Prosaro vs Caramba vs Miravis Ace

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2019-14/managing-head-scab-fungicides-prosaro-vs-caramba-vs-miravis-ace

    What should I spray for scab and vomitoxin control? With the addition of Miravis Ace (a new DMI + SDHI premix) to the list of fungicides recommended for the control of Fusarium head blight (head scab) and vomitoxin in wheat and barley, questions are being ...

  8. Emergency Forages for Planting Early to Mid-Summer

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2019-14/emergency-forages-planting-early-mid-summer

    Many forage stands were damaged this past winter, and the wet spring has further deteriorated stands that appeared they might recover. It is now too risky to try to establish perennial forages, with the warmer summer weather at our doorstep. We should wai ...

  9. Alfalfa Weevil Scouting

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2019-14/alfalfa-weevil-scouting

    The Wayne County Extension IPM scouting program has been monitoring ten alfalfa and alfalfa/grass mix fields for alfalfa weevil larvae since the beginning of May.  Although weevil larvae numbers have increased somewhat over the past couple of weeks, numbe ...

  10. Active Pattern to Continue but Still Opportunities to Plant Too

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2019-14/active-pattern-continue-still-opportunities-plant-too

    An active weather pattern will remain across the corn and soybean belt for the rest of May into the first week of June. A large high pressure will strengthen across the Southeast U.S. with hot and dry weather. At the same time, very cool air for this time ...

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