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  1. Ashley Yates Stewart

    https://entomology.osu.edu/our-people/ashley-yates-stewart

    Andersson, M.N., Benoit, J.B., Bowsher, J.H., et al. 2017. A model species for agricultural pest genomics: ... Agriculture and Food Research Initiative Competitive Grants Program, Education and Literacy Initiative ... species for agricultural pest genomics: the genome of the Colorado potato beetle, Leptinotarsa ...

  2. Don’t Leave Mycorrhizae Stranded in Your Prevented Planting Acres

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2019-33/don%E2%80%99t-leave-mycorrhizae-stranded-your-prevented-planting-acres

    roots. They aid plants in scavenging for soil nutrients, by extending the root system via structures ... Mycorrhizae also produce a protein called glomalin, which glues soil aggregates together to increase soil ... stability. Overall, this may increase soil tilth, drainage, and the soil’s ability to hold onto essential ...

  3. Mary Gardiner

    https://entomology.osu.edu/our-people/mary-gardiner

    biological control in urban agroecosystems The Gardiner Lab studies the ecology of urban greenspaces. Much of ... conservation value for arthropods, studies focused from the tree canopy to soil communities. ...

  4. Stalk Quality Concerns

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2019-34/stalk-quality-concerns

    rains through June caused unprecedented planting delays. Saturated soils resulted in shallow root ... systems. Corn plantings in wet soils often resulted in surface and in-furrow compaction further restricting ... and stalk infection by fungi. The stalk rot fungi typically survive in corn residue on the soil ...

  5. Robin A.J. Taylor

    https://entomology.osu.edu/our-people/robin-taylor

    agriculture’s environmental footprint Environmental impact of biofuels production Analysis of best management ...

  6. Surface Application of Manure to Newly Planted Wheat Fields

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2019-35/surface-application-manure-newly-planted-wheat-fields

    seeds were properly covered with soil when planted to keep a barrier between the salt and nitrogen in ... soil phosphorus levels, and the phosphorus in the manure being applied, so we don’t grow soil ...

  7. Time to Take a Last Cutting

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2019-29/time-take-last-cutting

    of stand, soil fertility, variety, and soil moisture that affect the level of that risk. For those ... into the winter on heavy soils and poorly drained soils increases the risk of damage from spring frost ... heaving, which is a significant risk on many Ohio soils with higher clay content. This would be a concern ...

  8. Carlos J. Esquivel Palma

    https://entomology.osu.edu/our-people/carlos-esquivel-palma

    AgroSciences, Fresno, CA (2016) Lecturer, Agricultural Technical Institute, The Ohio State University (2016) ...

  9. Be Aware of Late-Season Potential Forage Toxicities

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2019-33/be-aware-late-season-potential-forage-toxicities

    risk. Plants growing under high nitrogen levels or in soils deficient in phosphorus or potassium will be ... A few legumes species have an increased risk of causing bloat when grazed after a frost. Each of these ... risks is discussed in this article along with precautions to avoid them. Nitrate Toxicity Drought ...

  10. Harvesting Immature Corn as Silage

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2019-29/harvesting-immature-corn-silage

    is not like hay ground.  Whenever there is soil contamination, the risk of undesirable clostridial ... Engineering Department at the University of Wisconsin, says soil contamination could be an issue because this ... as the plant matures.  Be aware that there are some risks with the cut and wilt harvest as compared ...

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