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  1. High Soybean Aphid Populations Predicted in Ohio

    https://news-archive.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news-release/high-soybean-aphid-populations-predicted-ohio

    April 8, 2009 WOOSTER, Ohio-- High soybean aphid populations are predicted for this growing season in Ohio, continuing the trend of low populations one year and high populations the next, according to Ohio State University Extension entomologists.   The p ...

  2. High SCN Populations Reminder To Manage Pest

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    November 15, 2002 COLUMBUS, Ohio- If a soybean grower is experiencing low yields this season, especially throughout northern Ohio, soybean cyst nematode may be to blame. Mac Riedel, an Ohio State University plant pathologist, said the summer drought provi ...

  3. High Fuel Costs, Low Rust Fears Driving Shift in Crop Plantings

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    April 7, 2006 COLUMBUS, Ohio-- High costs associated with fuel and nitrogen fertilizer and the alleviation of fears of a soybean rust epidemic are driving U.S. growers to plant less corn and more soybeans this season, says an Ohio State University Extensi ...

  4. Heirloom Garden Celebrates Ohio's Past

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    July 11, 2007 SPRINGFIELD, Ohio-- Public gardens are not only places to enjoy the latest in plant cultivars, but they can also be portals to celebrating the past. For those interested in Ohio history, Ohio State University Extension in Clark County offers ...

  5. Heat Stress Impacts Not Just Plants

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    August 12, 2002 COLUMBUS, Ohio- Ohio farmers may be concerned over the effects warm, dry conditions are having on their crops, but they should also take note of the impacts heat stress can have on livestock. Not every livestock animal species responds the ...

  6. Heat Stress Costs U.S. Livestock Producers Billions

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    August 12, 2002 COLUMBUS, Ohio- The impact of heat stress on livestock costs U.S. livestock producers approximately $2.5 billion a year, as much as 50 percent of their net farm income, according to a recent Ohio State University study. Ohio State Universi ...

  7. Health of Ohio's Corn Crop in Question

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    July 21, 2005 COLUMBUS, Ohio — One thing that can protect Ohio's corn crop from drought damage is an element that the crop is lacking — ironically, driven by inadequate moisture.   Some of Ohio's corn crop is experiencing a deficiency in potassi ...

  8. Head Scab Risk Low in Ohio

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    June 10, 2002 WOOSTER, Ohio- Much of Ohio's wheat crop may have escaped the risk of head scab disease, a bright spot in what's shaping up to be a rather dismal growing season for crop producers. Pat Lipps, an Ohio State University Extension plan ...

  9. Head scab hits Ohio's wheat

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    June 16, 2010 WOOSTER, Ohio – Hot, humid weather coupled with rain during a critical development stage of Ohio's wheat has caused an outbreak of head scab in some areas of the state – the first major outbreak of the disease in the state in about a de ...

  10. Gypsy Moth Caterpillar Resembles Other Caterpillar Pests

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    May 22, 2001 Editor: Images of caterpillars are available. Contact Candace Pollock or OARDC photographer Ken Chamberlain at (330) 263-3779, or e-mail chamberlain.1@osu.edu. WOOSTER, Ohio- As the gypsy moth caterpillar feeds and matures over the next sever ...

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