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Time to stock up on nozzles now! But do you know which one to buy?
vegetables, vineyard, shrubs and trees, etc.); and spray drift risk. A new Ohio State University Extension ... another. For example, we at Ohio State University have conducted field experiments to determine which ... same “flat-fan” category classified as “low-drift.” Research conducted at Ohio State and elsewhere ...
C.O.R.N. Newsletter 2012-35
2012 Ohio CCA of the Year Nominations Open Weather Developments for October 2012 Jim Noel The rather ... to normal snowfall. We will continue to monitor this at the National Weather Service Ohio River ... Forecast Center. Ohio CCA of the Year Nominations Open Harold Watters, CPAg/CCA Time now to nominate your ...
Local Foods Farm Tour: Thomas Solar Energy Farm
by Ohio State University Extension in Fairfield County. Know your farmer, know your food! Join us for ...
Ohio State to grow some produce for dining halls on campus
Pesticide Application Recertification
the Ohio Department of Agriculture. This covers your applicators license for 3 years. ...
When is it Time for a No-till Field to be Tilled?
more likely to succeed on poorly drained soils (like those in Northwest Ohio) if corn follows soybean ...
Cold Spring Rains Brought Perfect Conditions for Pythium in Ohio and a Few More Surprises.
previously as pathogens of soybean or corn. Many have been found in Ohio in previous surveys. The bottom ... a very diverse group of pathogens in Ohio that are capable of causing widespread stand loss. Table 1. ... Summary of Pythium spp. recovered from symptomatic soybean seedlings collected in Ohio during the spring ...
Technology Use in Agriculture Survey
in agriculture. Ohio State’s Technology Commercialization Office will use this information to help ...
Profitable Soybean Cultural Practices, Bulletin 918
for Ohio soybean production. Suggestions on topics such as growth and development, crop rotation, ...
Is it Phytophthora stem rot? Is it flooding injury? Or is it both?
In Ohio, the Rps genes will only give some protection. Ohio’s Phytophthora sojae populations have ...