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  1. Fall Forage Management Tips

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2020-32/fall-forage-management-tips

    winter and next spring or even next summer. One of the most important things to do now is to pull soil ... samples and get a soil test. Ask for the 2020 Tri-State Fertility Recommendations to be applied to the ... results. Apply fertilizer to correct any soil deficiencies and replace nutrients that were removed in hay ...

  2. H2Ohio Reminder

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2020-32/h2ohio-reminder

    fertilizer applications, including manure, need to be approved by their local Soil & Water Conservation ... your local Soil and Water Conservation District before the fertilizer or manure is applied. ...

  3. Improved tool can help Midwest farmers with cover crop decisions

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2020-32/improved-tool-can-help-midwest-farmers-cover-crop-decisions

    University Agriculture News.  WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Cover crops have been shown to improve water and soil ... universities, including Purdue, the province of Ontario and other agricultural stakeholders — is rolling out an ... mccc.msu.edu/selector-tool/. The updates were made possible by funding from North Central Region Sustainable Agriculture ...

  4. Visit the Agronomic Crops Team at the (Virtual) Farm Science Review on September 22-24th

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2020-32/visit-agronomic-crops-team-virtual-farm-science-review-september

    12:30-1:30pm (1:00-1:30 on Tues) Cover Crops and Soil Health Cover Crops and Soil Health Cover Crops and Soil ...

  5. Wildlife: Guest or Pest Part 3 (Canada Geese)

    https://greene.osu.edu/events/wildlife-guest-or-pest-part-3-canada-geese

    a landscape nightmare for others. Join the OSU Extension Greene County Master Gardeners Volunteers for a look ... guest. Coping With Canada Geese Canada goose populations in communities and urban areas can cause ...

  6. 2020 Fulton County Agricultural Hall of Fame Inductees Announced

    https://fulton.osu.edu/news/2020-fulton-county-agricultural-hall-fame-inductees-announced

    Consulting, Trish helped farmers, landowners, and gardeners with soil sampling, fertility and integrated pest ... WAUSEON – The 2020 inductees to the Fulton County Agricultural Hall of Fame were recently ... committed over 25 years or more of service to the agricultural industry in our county, state or region.  ...

  7. Fall-applied herbicides- what goes around comes around

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2020-32/fall-applied-herbicides-what-goes-around-comes-around

    generally interfering with spring tillage and crop establishment, slowing the drying and warming of soils ... the soil.  Application of herbicides in fall largely solved these issues, providing for a weedfree ...

  8. Backyard Vegetable Gardening Series: Fall Gardening Made Easy- Extend The Season

    https://greene.osu.edu/events/backyard-vegetable-gardening-series-fall-gardening-made-easy-extend-season

    Join us to learn more about how to start your own garden during COVID-19. You may even learn ... a quick tip or two for the established home garden. This is a series of three programs about fall ... vegetable gardening starting with vegetables to plant now through cleaning up at the end to be ready for the ...

  9. Upcoming Home Horticulture Programs

    https://greene.osu.edu/news/upcoming-home-horticulture-programs

    Gardening is a new series that starts off with Fall Gardening Made Easy – The Basics.  Join us to learn more ... about how to start tart your own garden during COVID-19. You may even learn a quick tip or two for the ... established home garden. This is a series of three programs about fall vegetable gardening starting with ...

  10. Can You Dig It! Virtual Gardening Series class 6: How to Grow Spinach and Kale Over-Winter

    https://franklin.osu.edu/events/can-you-dig-it-virtual-gardening-series-class-6-how-grow-spinach-and-kale-over-winter

    What could be better than harvesting your own fresh green vegetables in the middle of winter? It is possible and we are going to show you how a little fall planting with some season extension will have you enjoying a late winter and early spring harvest. ...

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