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  1. Noxious Weeds

    that list, The Ohio State University published the book “Identifying Noxious Weeds of Ohioto aid in ... be a problem. Some of those listed are already resistant to many chemical herbicides. When a weed ... animals. The Ohio Department of Agriculture maintains a list of these plants in our state. To go along with ...

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

    weather in late fall, and efforts to reduce input costs.  We are seeing a resurgence in some weeds, such ... conditions, slow to kill the weeds.  One of the reasons for the increase in these weeds was the use of only ... glyphosate in soybeans, and the oversimplification of herbicide programs.  This included a failure to apply ...

  3. Fall Hay Harvest, Weed Control, and Agritourism

    enough for the plant to produce viable seed. Finally, Henning suggests a careful look at the cost of weed ... . The decision to apply an herbicide should be made based on a number of factors that are unique to each ... “To Spray or Not to Spray” including the species of both desirable and weed plants, and the quantity ...

  4. 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 ... Fall is a great time to take care of some very important aspects for managing forage hay fields ... samples and get a soil test. Ask for the 2020 Tri-State Fertility Recommendations to be applied to the ...

  5. University/industry partnership takes field scouting to the next level

    to ensure that Ohio remains at the forefront of agricultural innovation. In partnership with ... identify some weeds that emerged late in some of the study fields with enough density to warrant variable ... 22–24 at fsr.osu.edu. Sponsored by Ohio State’s College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental ...

  6. University/Industry Partnership Takes Field Scouting to The Next Level

    to ensure that Ohio remains at the forefront of agricultural innovation. In partnership with ... identify some weeds that emerged late in some of the study fields with enough density to warrant variable ... 22–24 at  fsr.osu.edu.  Sponsored by Ohio State’s College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental ...

  7. Planning Meeting Set for Friday, October 2

    extent and frequency of herbicide drift damage. We would like to hear from state specialists before ... ipm-drift.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/sites/hdrm/files/imce/simplified%20scope%20of%20work_Final9.3.20.pdf   Note that individuals from states outside of the North Central IPM service area are very welcome ... news, and other relevant information on herbicide drift. Comment on educational materials recently ...

  8. Weed of the Week

    provide information and images of a weed that can cause problems in crop fields. The goal is to let ... producers know what the weed looks like and give options on how to control the weed and reduce the spread ... What is the Weed of The Week? Each week Richard Purdin, Ag & Natural Resources Educator, will ...

  9. 2021 Jr. Fairboard and Camp Counselor Applications are now being accepted

    interested in being a member of the Putnam County Junior Fair Board or a Putnam County Camp Counselor please ... late December. Exact dates to be announced. If you have any questions please fill free to give our office a call. ...

  10. Burndown Herbicides for No-till Wheat

    Herbicide options for burndown of existing weeds prior to planting of no-till wheat include ... application and planting for each 0.25 lb ai/A used”.  A rate of 0.5 lb ai/A would therefore need to be ... applied at least 20 days before planting.  We do not know of any 2,4-D product labels that support the use ...

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