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  1. Weather Update

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2014-14/weather-update

    The weather pattern will trend closer to normal into early June. However, it still favors the risk of bursts of cool and damp weather in the eastern corn and soybean belt into summer as a results of this past winter and early spring.    The weather patter ...

  2. Forage Planting Dates

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2014-13/forage-planting-dates

    In the Ohio Agronomy Guide, I recommend that forages be planted by the first of May. But isn’t this year different, because of the cold, late spring weather? After all, planting by early May has been a difficult task in much of Ohio this year, although we ...

  3. First Cutting of Forages

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2014-13/first-cutting-forages

    While we've all been focused on getting planting done between the rains, our established forage crops have quietly been growing rapidly. I hate to say this, but first cutting of forages is just about upon us. Orchardgrass was just beginning to shoot ...

  4. Zero tolerance required for prevention of Palmer amaranth problems

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2014-13/zero-tolerance-required-prevention-palmer-amaranth-problems

    A news release last week from the Weed Science Society of America covered the results of a study in Arkansas cotton fields to determine the effect over time of releasing 20,000 glyphosate-resistant Palmer amaranth seeds in a patch, within a one-square-mil ...

  5. Wheat Growth Stage: Scout for Foliar Diseases

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2014-13/wheat-growth-stage-scout-foliar-diseases

    Current wheat growth stage range from Feekes 7 to Feekes 10. At Feekes 7, two nodes are visible, one about 2 inches above the soil line and the other about 3-4 inches above the first; at Feekes 8, in addition to the two nodes seen at Feekes 7, the tip of ...

  6. Don’t wait to monitor stands

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2014-12/don%E2%80%99t-wait-monitor-stands

    Believe it or not parts of the state have significant amounts of corn and soybean planted.  With our “shortened” spring it is going to be very important to assess fields and your seed treatments as soon as possible.   Target those fields that receive 3 or ...

  7. Reminders about Palmer amaranth

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2014-12/reminders-about-palmer-amaranth

    We spent most of the winter meeting circuit trying to put the fear of (insert deity of your choice here) in everyone about Palmer amaranth.  We appear at this time to have fewer infestations of Palmer amaranth than our neighbors to the north and west, and ...

  8. This Week’s Weather

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2014-11/week%E2%80%99s-weather

    A large storm system will bring widespread rainfall to the eastern corn and soybean areas including Ohio through early Wednesday to end April. Rainfall totals will be widespread in the 1-2 inch range with some higher totals. The large upper low will linge ...

  9. Wheat Crop Update: The Crop May be Further Along Than You Think

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2014-11/wheat-crop-update-crop-may-be-further-along-you-think

    The state of the 2014 wheat crop is variable. Some stands look very good while others have several bare patches. Overall, wheat fields on well drained soils and planted shortly after the fly-free date are in good condition, while fields that were wet in t ...

  10. Adjusting Soybean No-till Burndown Programs for Later Planting

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2014-11/adjusting-soybean-no-till-burndown-programs-later-planting

    Weed growth has been somewhat slow this year due to the cold weather in late winter, but the current warm and wet weather should change this.  Those fields not treated with burndown herbicides yet may present some challenges by the time fields are dry eno ...

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