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  1. Wetter than normal still favored for much of Ohio into much of July

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/201919/wetter-normal-still-favored-much-ohio-much-july

    After a wet start to the last week of June, we will see some drying for the second half of the week. As a dome of warm air builds aloft, it will produce an above normal temperature week ahead with maximum temperatures mostly in the 80s and minimum tempera ...

  2. CLIMATE SMART: Farming with Weather Extremes

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/events/climate-smart-farming-weather-extremes

    Thursday July 18, 2019: The Ohio State University Extension and the State Climate Office of Ohio will be hosting CLIMATE SMART: Farming with Weather Extremes, to be held at Der Dutchman in Plain City, Ohio. Agenda is as follows: 8:30- Registration & C ...

  3. Wet Weather and Soybean Stand

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/201919/wet-weather-and-soybean-stand

    Saturated soils after soybean planting can cause uneven emergence and stand reductions of varying extent depending on the stage of the soybean plant and other environmental factors including temperature and duration of saturated conditions. Additionally, ...

  4. Don’t leave your fields naked if taking the prevent plant option on corn and soybean ground – Farms underwater won’t have a choice but farmers still have options.

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/201918/don%E2%80%99t-leave-your-fields-naked-if-taking-prevent-plant-option-corn

    It’s been a rough spring for much of Ohio and the counties that have received the most rainfall typically have less than 20% of the county planted. Many unplanted acres remain across the Corn Belt and in Ohio. The decision to plant or not to plant still l ...

  5. Mid to Late June Prevented Planting Decisions

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/201918/mid-late-june-prevented-planting-decisions

    Consistent rains across Ohio and the Corn Belt continue to delay planting progress as the June 17 USDA Planting Progress report showed that 68% of intended corn acres and 50% of intended soybean acres have been planted in Ohio. Nationwide, roughly 27 mill ...

  6. Ben Brown

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/people/ben-brown

    Ben Brown Farm Management Program Mgr, Program Manager brown.6888@osu.edu ...

  7. Is your corn leaning?

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/201918/your-corn-leaning

    I have received several reports of corn leaning because of the high winds we have experienced recently along with the heavy rains. It is not uncommon for young plants to exhibit “lodging” as a result of strong winds. Last week, Amanda Douridas, ANR Extens ...

  8. Is there potential for early season frogeye?

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/201918/there-potential-early-season-frogeye

    Several pictures last week and over the weekend of leaves with tan centers and purple to burgundy ring around the outside.  These are symptoms of both some types of herbicide injury but frogeye leaf spot as well.  With frogeye, conidia will form on the un ...

  9. Evaluating the Effects of NZone Max on Corn Nitrogen Efficiency in Ohio

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/201918/evaluating-effects-nzone-max-corn-nitrogen-efficiency-ohio

    NZone Max TM is a commercial product by AgExplore International, LLC® (Parma, MO) designed to improve N efficiency by maintaining N in the ammonium form (NH 4), slowing the conversion to nitrate (NO 3). NZone Max is not a traditional nitrification inhibit ...

  10. Corn of Many Colors

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/201918/corn-many-colors

    As corn is emerging and beginning to grow, we are again seeing many colors present. In any given field, corn can appear dark green in sections, while other sections are yellow and occasionally purple. Yellowing (due to low nitrogen or sulfur uptake and/or ...

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