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  1. Soybean Inoculants Supply Nitrogen Cheaper, More Effectively

    https://news-archive.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news-release/soybean-inoculants-supply-nitrogen-cheaper-more-effectively

    April 14, 2006 COLUMBUS, Ohio-- Inoculants are an effective and profitable alternative method of providing soybean plants with nitrogen, according to Ohio State University Extension research.   Based on 64 Ohio field trials, the average yield increase fro ...

  2. Soybean Disease Could Indicate More Serious Problems

    https://news-archive.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news-release/soybean-disease-could-indicate-more-serious-problems

    August 27, 2002 WOOSTER, Ohio- A relatively new soybean disease to Ohio is being used as a bio-indicator to diagnose a more serious economic problem. Anne Dorrance, an Ohio State University plant pathologist with the Ohio Agricultural Research and Develop ...

  3. Soybean Defoliators Make Way for Pod Feeders

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    August 30, 2005 WOOSTER, Ohio — The soybean aphid may be on the downturn from high summer populations, but their diminishment doesn't necessarily mean an end to scouting fields.   Ron Hammond, an Ohio State University research entomologist with the O ...

  4. Soybean Aphid May Be Back Next Year

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    October 20, 2004 WOOSTER, Ohio — The soybean aphid, which was practically nonexistent in soybean fields this growing season, may be back with a vengeance next year.   Ron Hammond, an Ohio State University research entomologist, said that if population pat ...

  5. Soybean Crop Approaches Record Yields

    https://news-archive.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news-release/soybean-crop-approaches-record-yields

    December 2, 2005 COLUMBUS, Ohio-- Despite varied rainfall and high insect populations, Ohio's soybean crop may be headed for a record-breaking year in yields.   According to the Ohio Agricultural Statistics Service, state average yield is forecasted ...

  6. Soybean Varieties Targeted for Soybean Rust Resistance

    https://news-archive.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news-release/soybean-varieties-targeted-soybean-rust-resistance

    June 23, 2005 WOOSTER, Ohio — Over 500 soybean lines planted in nearly 4,000 plots will be evaluated in Ohio this season for potential resistance to soybean rust.   Ohio State University's Soybean Breeding Program has joined a nationwide effort to id ...

  7. Southern Ohio Corn May be at Risk for Stewart's Wilt

    https://news-archive.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news-release/southern-ohio-corn-may-be-risk-stewarts-wilt

    March 17, 2008 WOOSTER, Ohio-- Southern Ohio's corn crop may face a high risk of Stewart's bacterial wilt and leaf blight this growing season. The disease is caused by a bacterium carried and spread by adult flea beetles.   Based on the flea bee ...

  8. Soil Sampling Only Way to Catch Silent Robber of Soybean Yields

    https://news-archive.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news-release/soil-sampling-only-way-catch-silent-robber-soybean-yields

    November 23, 2005 WOOSTER, Ohio-- Soybean rust may have been the talk in crop fields across Ohio this season, but now is the time for growers to turn their attention toward a more elusive pest.   Deemed the "silent robber of yields," soybean cys ...

  9. Soggy Fields May Promote Wheat Diseases

    https://news-archive.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news-release/soggy-fields-may-promote-wheat-diseases

    May 22, 2002 WOOSTER, Ohio- Excessive wet weather throughout Ohio the past several weeks may cause problems with disease development in the state's wheat crop. Pat Lipps, an Ohio State University Extension plant pathologist with the Ohio Agricultural ...

  10. Slugs May Be Abundant This Year

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    April 16, 2002 WOOSTER, Ohio- High slug populations may welcome no-till farmers to the start of the growing season. Ohio State University entomologists have been receiving reports that adult slugs and eggs are present in abundance in some no-till fields t ...

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