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  1. Early Season Pest Scouting in Corn and Soybeans

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/early-season-pest-scouting-corn-and-soybeans

    instar stages they are capable of cutting plants off near the soil level or tunneling into the plant, ... growth stage, the growing point of soybeans is above the soil surface with the emergence of the ... no-till creates a higher risk situation for damage by slugs.  If those soybeans are planted into wet field ...

  2. Opinion piece published in PNAS

    https://senr.osu.edu/news/opinion-piece-published-pnas

    millions of acres of wetlands and miles of streams at risk, with severe consequences to environmental ...

  3. From the Field: Developing Pollinator Habitat

    https://senr.osu.edu/news/field-developing-pollinator-habitat

    Park and the disturbed soil on either side of the pipe zone presented a new partnership opportunity to ... temperatures. Partners developed an ideal seed mix that quickly stabilized bare soil to prevent erosion and ... plug was covered in soil, spring rains drenched Columbus giving the plugs a great chance of ...

  4. Rain Damage to Hay

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/rain-damage-hay

    with rain in the forecast is mow sooner rather than later and risk rain on the cut forage, or wait for ... Agriculture & Natural Resources Educator and may be reached at 330-264-8722. CFAES provides research and ...

  5. Leslie Rieck's Graduate Exit Seminar

    https://senr.osu.edu/events/leslie-riecks-graduate-exit-seminar

    in Urban Streams of Columbus, Ohio, USA. Urbanization of watersheds leads to myriad changes to ... urban land use and subsequent hydrogeomorphic modification effects these changes remain unresolved. In ... 23 small urban stream reaches in the Columbus Metropolitan Area (CMA), Ohio, USA, I investigated ...

  6. Leslie Rieck's Graduate Exit Seminar

    https://senr.osu.edu/events/leslie-riecks-graduate-exit-seminar

    in Urban Streams of Columbus, Ohio, USA. Urbanization of watersheds leads to myriad changes to ... urban land use and subsequent hydrogeomorphic modification effects these changes remain unresolved. In ... 23 small urban stream reaches in the Columbus Metropolitan Area (CMA), Ohio, USA, I investigated ...

  7. Environmental Professionals Network Field Trip- Granville Ohio

    https://senr.osu.edu/events/environmental-professionals-network-field-trip-granville-ohio

    Ohio high school teachers to careers in environmental and agricultural science.   Three sites will be ... featured during this tour: Granville High School’s  sustainable garden,  Denison University’s  solar array ... activities on a variety of agricultural and renewable energy projects.     The EPN is coordinating this event ...

  8. Annual Forages for Early to Mid-Summer Planting

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/annual-forages-early-mid-summer-planting

    a perennial forage crop whether a legume, grass or legume/grass mixture at this time of year is high risk and ... as regular corn silage (although lower in starch) with very good fiber digestibility. Soil ... possible with all summer annual grasses and management steps should be taken to reduce that risk. Teff is ...

  9. All 2019 News

    https://senr.osu.edu/about-us/news/all-2019-news

      May Making it more viable to turn agricultural waste into renewable fuel How some Ohio farmers are ... management are changing Saving Birds One Walk at a Time Soil Research Benefits Farmers, Waterways Recognizing ... Daily Post) Meet Dr. Christine Sprunger, Soil Science Assistant Professor SENR’s Terrestrial Wildlife ...

  10. Black Cutworm, Slugs and Armyworm Crop Pests

    https://wayne.osu.edu/program-areas/agriculture-and-natural-resources/black-cutworm-slugs-and-armyworm-crop-pests

    risk of feeding damage from black cutworm larvae, slugs and armyworms.  If feeding damage is extensive, ...

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