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  1. Grain Bin Safety Week & IPM Scouting Program

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/grain-bin-safety-week-ipm-scouting-program

    workers lose their lives to production agriculture each year. Grain bins present one of those farm hazards ... Agriculture and Natural Resources Program Assistant and IPM Program Coordinator.  He may be reached at ...

  2. Snow and Freezing Temperatures Bring Harvest Challenges

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/snow-and-freezing-temperatures-bring-harvest-challenges

    shatter. In corn, the wet husks can stick to the ear, leading to mold concerns and difficulty cleaning the ... Wildlife feeding, along with the other mentioned yield reducing factors compounded together can lead to ... tear. Another important factor to consider is the soil. When you run a combine and a grain cart over ...

  3. Adding Value with Beef and Dairy Crossbreeding

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/adding-value-beef-and-dairy-crossbreeding

    of grain with need for a separate pen/facility.   Matthew Nussbaum is an OSU Extension Agriculture ...

  4. Private Pesticide and Fertilizer Applicator License Renewals

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/private-pesticide-and-fertilizer-applicator-license-renewals

    completing this course, you will receive a certification card from the Ohio Department of Agriculture.  For ...

  5. Dormant Fruit Tree Management

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/dormant-fruit-tree-management

    preparing to get the trees in the ground in March or April. Allowing the roots to get established in soil ... is very important to do a soil test to determine accurate fertilizer recommendations. Generally ... on soil test analysis and recommendations. More information on specific requirements, recommendations ...

  6. Increased Fertilizer Applications May Not Increase Yield or Profits

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/increased-fertilizer-applications-may-not-increase-yield-or-profits

    nutrients in the soil. The goal was to reduce fertilizer costs without reducing yield, thus increasing ... Unfortunately, some nutrients will escape our soils regardless of the level of management. Some slowly leach down ... through the soil until they are out of reach of plant roots. Others may get washed away in runoff after ...

  7. New Dietary Guidelines for 2020-2025

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/new-dietary-guidelines-2020-2025

    The Departments of Agriculture and Health and Human Services update the Dietary Guidelines for ...

  8. ARC/PLC Considerations for 2021

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/arcplc-considerations-2021

    Each year crop farmers have the option to enroll in either the Agriculture Risk Coverage (ARC) or ... office and set up an appointment.   Matthew Nussbaum is an OSU Extension Agriculture and Natural ...

  9. Winter Pasture Management

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/winter-pasture-management

    livestock producers with stock out on winter pastures.  Saturated unfrozen soils, dormant pasture grasses, ... Through careful management, the productivity of the pasture can increase from year to year.  When soils do ... soil didn’t freeze and the sod base was destroyed as cattle wintered on stockpiled fescue/clover ...

  10. Seed Selection Can Make or Break Your Crop in 2021

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/seed-selection-can-make-or-break-your-crop-2021

    desirability, performance in certain soil types and conditions, and ease of harvest, among many other traits.  ... are best for your farm and garden. Picking varieties simply because the picture in the catalog looked ... attractive, or because they have a cool name, does not always work out and may lead to disappointing results ...

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