Controlling Slugs and Voles in Cover Crops
Last week, OSU Extension’s Water Quality Team launched their annual webinar series with a two-part webinar on cover crops. The team works closely with producers throughout the Western Lake Erie Basin to implement practices that not only improve growers’ o ...
Conservation Tillage Club
Hardin County – The 2023 Conservation Tillage Club breakfast program series will begin on Thursday, January 12 at the Plaza Inn Restaurant in Mt. Victory. Each session will start at 7:30 am with a complimentary buffet breakfast followed by the program at ...
Stepping On Workshop
Erik Ohlson Publications Ohlson, E.W. and M.P. Timko. 2022. Mapping and validation of Alectra vogelii resistance in the cowpea landrace B301. Agronomy 12:2654. Ohlson, E.W. and J.R. Wilson. 2022. Maize lethal necrosis: Impact and disease management. Outlo ...
Farm Insurance Policies Part #1- Understanding the Policy
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Farm Transition Planning
Planning for the Future of Your Farm Workshops Each year, OSU Extension holds “ Planning for the Future of Your Farm ” workshops as a webinar and in different locations across Ohio. This workshop challenges farm families to actively plan for the future o ...
Agency and legislative leadership in 2023: what might it mean for ag?
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Weather Update: January 2023- A Month of Soil Moisture Recharge
Summary Did it feel like winter was largely absent during January? If so, you are not alone, and we have the climate statistics to prove it. Figure 1 shows that much of the state will end the month with temperatures about 10°F above the long-term average ...
Hot Topics in Grain Crops Series
The Ohio State University Extension – Hancock County office will be offering its Hot Topics in Grain Crops Series over three evenings in February and March at the Hancock County Agricultural Service Center, 7868 CR 140, Findlay, OH 45840. Each meeting wil ...
Sampling Corn Grain for Vomitoxin
Moldy grain and vomitoxin levels vary considerably within the grain lot. This is largely because the number of ears infected with Gibberella zeae, the fungus that causes Gibberella ear rot and produces vomitoxin in the grain, and number of infected kernel ...