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  1. Battle for the Belt: Season 2 Episode 9- Planting Date & Disease

    resistant varieties and seed treatments to protect the crop.  SCOUTING every year is extremely important to ... diseases. The first is soybean variety selection. Choosing a soybean variety that is resistant to the ... second is using a disease-specific seed treatment. And finally, well-drained soils to avoid compaction ...

  2. Lep Monitoring Network – Time to Scout for Western Bean Cutworm, Update # 14

    mature to a dark purplish color. If 5% of plants have egg masses, a treatment may be necessary. Be sure ... to time the treatment when the majority of the egg masses are mature (purple). To view a more ... saw WBC numbers trending down and CEW numbers close to zero across the state.  Western bean cutworm ...

  3. Renovate your lawn; How to, step by step

    Turfgrass Selection and Seeding The need and strategy for irrigation when seeding the new lawn. Lawn ... In the brief and to the point videos embedded below, Dr. Zane Raudenbush, turf grass scientist at ... a renovation or reseeding of your lawn, it needs to begin immediately and be completed by mid-September. ...

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

    anywhere from V3 to V13. Soybeans are from VC to R1. At the Wooster location, planting dates one, two, and ... susceptible at certain growth stages, which vary depending on planting dates. If pathogen spores are available ... There are some exceptions, tar spot seems to be a disease that develops best toward the end of the ...

  5. Wheat Harvest and Double Crop Considerations for 2024

    results across sites/years, variety selection, seeding rate, germination, fertility, bird control, ... double crop yield potential. Double crop soybean management considerations. Soybean relative maturity. ... is to allow the soybean plants to grow vegetatively as long as possible to produce nodes where pods ...

  6. New funding empowers climate and weather education

    work is to change that." Empowering Climate and Weather Education The soon to be released Ohio ... been awarded  Ohio State Energy Partners (OSEP)  funding to empower teaching and dissemination of ... new ways to introduce students, volunteers, educators, and park service staff to weather and climate ...

  7. New Hire Announcement – Welcome, Dr. Ramawatar Yadav

    seed destructor and chaff lining in the Midwestern soybean production. One aspect of weed management ... different growth stages over two years in a corn-soybean rotation to deplete the soil seed bank. What do you ... where crop diversity offers an excellent opportunity to practice diversified weed management strategies. ...

  8. Certified Crop Adviser Exam Online Study Course

    This online course will help those aspiring to become Certified Crop Advisers prepare for the ... local and International Certified Crop Adviser exam. Key concepts in the program's four competency ... areas of nutrient management, soil & water management, pest management, and crop management are ...

  9. Cultivating Connections Conference aims to cultivate farm transition expertise

    relationships within a supportive community dedicated to preserving family farms’ legacy.” Key topics will ... Tracy Turner CINCINNATI, OHIO —  Professionals working to pass on farm businesses to future ... outreach arm of CFAES.  The upcoming gathering aims to cultivate expertise in farm transition by providing ...

  10. Slug Monitoring Summary

    a multi-state project funded by the United Soybean Board. The objective of the study is to help us better ... 6 locations within each field (Figure 1) to monitor for weekly slug activity 3 weeks before soybeans were ... planted and 6 weeks after soybeans were planted, for a total of 9 weeks of monitoring. To monitor ...

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