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  1. Battle for the Belt: Season 2, Episode 16 – Corn Diseases and Ear Rots

    There are some exceptions, tar spot seems to be a disease that develops best toward the end of the ... epidemics, you have to have the “perfect storm”. (Figure 1.) Every side of the disease triangle needs to be ... for one of more diseases to develop. As part of this project, disease monitoring and ratings are ...

  2. Chronic Wasting Disease in Ohio’s Deer Herd: Three Years of Intense Monitoring

    In 2020, chronic wasting disease (CWD) was detected for the first time in Ohio just north of ... aspects of CWD: a basic overview of the disease, history of positive cases in OH, DOW’s response to ... Killdeer Plains in Wyandot County. Join ODNR Division of Wildlife's Clint McCoy, as he covers several ...

  3. Check Roots for Soybean Cyst Nematode: What’s Your Number?

    be detected attached to soybean roots six to eight weeks after planting. We encourage Ohio soybean ... transforming into cysts that protect the eggs and allow them to survive for several years in infested fields. ... growers to actively manage SCN by checking roots for the presence of SCN. If you're unsure whether ...

  4. Escape to the Forest Webinar Series- Chronic Wasting Disease in Ohio’s Deer Herd: Three Years of Intense Monitoring

    In 2020, chronic wasting disease (CWD) was detected for the first time in Ohio just north of ... aspects of CWD: a basic overview of the disease, history of positive cases in OH, DOW’s response to ... Killdeer Plains in Wyandot County. Join ODNR Division of Wildlife's Clint McCoy, as he covers several ...

  5. Regional Crop Updates: July 16-22

    ranging from VT (tassel) to R2 (blister) with low levels of tar spot reported. Soybean is in fair ... overall disease and insect pressure remain low. Soybean is in fair to good condition with variable growth ... and development. Parts of the region also reported yellowing in soybeans. Dry weather this past week ...

  6. Battle for the Belt: Season 2, Episode 17 – Crop Progress Update

    consider a plant to be at R1, the ear must have one or more silks coming out of the husk. The R1 stage is ... on the top four nodes of the plant with fully developed leaves, but since the soybean continues to ... grow vegetatively, the plant can stay in the same stage for long periods of time. This is why our first ...

  7. Now That Wheat Is Down, What's Next? Some Ideas For Fields

    been baled or was in the process of being baled.  There are several possibilities of what to do with ... year’s Dairy Producers’ Summit and Twilight Tour.  This year’s event will be held on July 16 th at the ... grasses for hay is difficult.  You will want to be mindful of harvest timing for sudangrass and similar ...

  8. Battle for the Belt: Season 2 Episode 14 – July Weather Update

    year, be proactive and get into your fields early to evaluate disease and check the stage of the crop to ... continues to be hot and humid, and you have a susceptible hybrid and a field history of disease, you may ... canopy, but in severe cases can be seen in the newest leaves. In Ohio, this disease is not generally ...

  9. CFAES News | 7.31.2024

    this workshop. For more information,  click here.  August 22- The Dark Side of Leadership: How to Avoid ... no longer be able to save to OneDrive.  Learn more. Contact the IT Service Desk CFAES Office of ... around us? Join us for the August 22nd online workshop to learn how to avoid being a toxic leader.  Click ...

  10. 2024 Western Agronomy Field Day

    which soybean diseases to look out for this year.  Then we will get a look at the much-anticipated ... Ortez.  We have one year of data under our belt to share, as well as look at this year’s crops.  Dr. ... The annual Western Agronomy Day will be held on Wednesday, July, 17 from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at ...

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