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  1. Fall Herbicide Applications and New Technology

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2015-31/fall-herbicide-applications-and-new-technology

    The C.O.R.N. archive has a plethora of previous articles about fall herbicide treatments, including the importance of these for management of marestail.  Nothing has really changed that would merit rehashing all of this again – don’t spend a lot of money, ...

  2. Decisions, Decisions, Decisions— Focus on Variety Selection

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2015-31/decisions-decisions-decisions%E2%80%94-focus-variety-selection

    Each year things seem to be coming earlier, choices need to be made even before we have this current crop in the grain bin, much less have it sold.  Here are a couple of suggestions as you prepare for the 2016 crop. 1.       Focus variety selection on the ...

  3. Wheat Management for Fall 2015

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2015-29/wheat-management-fall-2015

    Wheat helps reduce problems associated with the continuous planting of soybean and corn and provides an ideal time to apply fertilizer and manure, condition the field, and plant cover crops after harvest. With soybean harvest beginning, we would like to r ...

  4. Yield Monitor Tips for 2015 Harvest

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2015-29/yield-monitor-tips-2015-harvest

    Andrew Klopfenstein, Kaylee Port and Scott Shearer also contributed to this article Wet spring and persistent rain in many areas of Ohio have generated highly variable harvesting conditions for 2015 in both soybeans and corn.   There are maturity, height, ...

  5. Burndown Herbicides for No-tillage Wheat

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2015-29/burndown-herbicides-no-tillage-wheat

    This summer’s weather caused problems with weed control in some areas of the state, and this certainly includes our two major weeds, giant ragweed and marestail.  As we move through harvest and into the season of wheat planting and fall herbicide applicat ...

  6. Growing Season Adversely Affected Ear Development

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2015-29/growing-season-adversely-affected-ear-development

    Excessive rainfall (which contributed to N loss and poor root development) followed by late season drought had a major impact on ear and kernel formation in many Ohio corn fields this year. Poor ear and kernel development is associated with variability in ...

  7. Hessian Fly-free Date: Good for Wheat, Cover Crops and Disease

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2015-29/hessian-fly-free-date-good-wheat-cover-crops-and-disease

    A good rule of thumb for planting wheat is to wait after the Hessian fly-free date.  These dates are predictions on when most Hessian fly adults would no longer be alive and lay eggs in wheat fields.  If planted too early, the eggs can hatch and stunt or ...

  8. Combine Adjustments for 2015 Soybean Harvest

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2015-29/combine-adjustments-2015-soybean-harvest

    Kaylee Port was also a contributor to this article 2015 represents another unique cropping year due to the wet weather conditions during spring planting and persistence through July.  The result has been many fields with highly variable soybeans condition ...

  9. Free Pigweed Herbicide Resistance Screening

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2015-28/free-pigweed-herbicide-resistance-screening

    OSU weed scientists will again screen populations of any pigweed species this coming winter for their herbicide resistance characteristics, at no charge.  This includes populations of redroot pigweed, waterhemp, and Palmer amaranth, among others.  Samples ...

  10. Last Alfalfa Cutting and The Fall Rest Period

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2015-28/last-alfalfa-cutting-and-fall-rest-period

    The next two weeks are the best time to take the last alfalfa cutting of the year while maintaining stand productivity. We recommend the last harvest to be taken by September 7 in northern Ohio and September 15 in southern Ohio. This will allow a fall res ...

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