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  1. CLIMATE SMART: Farming with Weather Extremes

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

    Production Risk (Ben Brown) 12:00- Lunch, Networking, & Vendors 1:00- Keynote: Nebraska Flooding Spring ...

  2. Cover Crops for Prevented Planting Acres

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/events/cover-crops-prevented-planting-acres

    should be planted to help bring up nutrients from deep in the soil to replace nutrients washed out by all ... from USDA-NRCS: Jim Hoorman, soil health. The focus of the meeting will be on cover crop options: What ...

  3. Using Corn as a Cover Crop

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/201919/using-corn-cover-crop

    tillage as much as possible (no-tillage preferable) to ensure soil moisture necessary for germination and ...

  4. Ponding and Saturated Soils: Results of Recent Ohio Corn Research

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/201917/ponding-and-saturated-soils-results-recent-ohio-corn-research

    Persistent rains during May and early June have resulted in ponding and saturated soils in many ... stage of development when ponding occurs, (2) duration of ponding and (3) air/soil temperatures. Corn is ... https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2018-15/young-corn-wet-feet-what-can-we-expect). Under certain conditions, saturated soils can result in yield losses. Saturated soil conditions ...

  5. Is your corn leaning?

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

    symptoms are often leaning or lodged. Affected corn plants may only be anchored in the soil by seminal ... blunt, and unanchored to the soil. Rootless corn problems are usually caused by weather-related ... environmental factors. These include shallow plantings, hot, dry surface soils, compacted soils, and loose or ...

  6. Cover Crops for Prevented Planting Acres at ONU Thursday, June 27

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/201919/cover-crops-prevented-planting-acres-onu-thursday-june-27

    bring up nutrients from deep in the soil to replace nutrients washed out by all this rain.  Sarah ... USDA-NRCS: Jim Hoorman, soil health. The focus of the meeting will be on cover crop options: What will be ...

  7. 2019 Challenge: Forage Production Options for Ohio

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/201919/2019-challenge-forage-production-options-ohio

    moisture is the biggest risk. Forage sorghum – Brown midrib (BMR) varieties are best for lactating cows. ... The biggest risk with late-planted corn is getting moisture down to a reasonable level at harvest. ... With current soil moisture conditions, it will be a crap shoot when many farms will be able to plant. ...

  8. Corn of Many Colors

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

    days with temperatures above 70 degrees F (and as soils dry). If plants remain yellow then closer ... Environmental conditions (high rainfall causing saturated soils) can lead to the appearance of yellow corn. The ... N and S. This results in the chlorotic appearance which resembles N deficiency. After soils dry out, the ...

  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

    (75%). Continuous corn was planted each year in the same field over three years. Soil was sampled for NO ... yield at harvest. NZone Max had minimal effects on the retention of NH 4 in the soil. Out of the 60 ... total comparisons (3 years, 5 stages, 2 depths, 2 N rates), both soil NO 3 and NH 4 were equally likely ...

  10. How to differentiate flooding injury from root rots in 2019

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/201919/how-differentiate-flooding-injury-root-rots-2019

    begin to form.  Once these plants are removed the soil and the roots can breathe again, they will form ...

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