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  1. Yellow Corn-What is Going On?

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2014-18/yellow-corn-what-going

    Recent cloudy, cool, rainy weather has slowed growth of corn. Corn seedlings often turn yellow due to low nitrogen uptake and/or limited chlorophyll synthesis under cool, wet conditions. The visual appearance may be interpreted as N deficiency, but often ...

  2. Principles of Pokeweed Management

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2014-17/principles-pokeweed-management

    Penn State recently completed a two-year study on pokeweed management in corn and soybeans that provides some useful information.  Some of the highlights:- pokeweed is a perennial that regrows from a large taproot, and individuals may live a year or two, ...

  3. Asiatic Garden Beetles Continue to be an Issue in NW Ohio

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2014-17/asiatic-garden-beetles-continue-be-issue-nw-ohio

    Grubs of the Asiatic Garden Beetle (Maladera castanea) have been making their presence known in Northwest Ohio corn fields since 2012.  For a long time this grub has been a pest in the lawn and turf industry, but in past few years it has severely damaged ...

  4. “Rootless” and “Floppy Corn” Make an Appearance

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2014-17/%E2%80%9Crootless%E2%80%9D-and-%E2%80%9Cfloppy-corn%E2%80%9D-make-appearance

    Last week I received several reports of “rootless” and “floppy corn” in Paulding County (Figure 1). Rootless corn (or rootless corn syndrome) occurs when there is limited or no nodal root development. Plants exhibiting rootless corn symptoms are often lea ...

  5. When to Spray Soybeans Field Day

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2014-17/when-spray-soybeans-field-day

    Assessing soybean diseases and insect pressure can be difficult without proper training and experience. On July 8, 2014 farmers and crop consultants are invited to attend a 2 hour in-field session with Drs. Anne Dorrance and Andy Michel. Anne Dorrance is ...

  6. Weather Outlook for the First Half of June

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2014-16/weather-outlook-first-half-june

    It appears a cool low pressure will anchor over southeast Canada in June while a dome of very warm air will anchor over the southern U.S. This will leave the corn and soybean Midwest into the Ohio Valley in the target zone which will bring a more active p ...

  7. Predicting Leaf Development in Corn Using Accumulated Heat Units

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2014-16/predicting-leaf-development-corn-using-accumulated-heat-units

    When estimating yield losses in corn due to hail, frost, and other types of plant injury, it’s essential to establish the stage of plant growth at the time damage occurred. It’s also important to know corn stage of development in order to apply post-emerg ...

  8. Cressleaf Groundsel- The Ubiquitous Yellow Weed

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2014-16/cressleaf-groundsel-ubiquitous-yellow-weed

    Cressleaf groundsel has been abundant throughout parts of Ohio for a while, but every year a few additional hay producers get to experience it for the first time apparently.  We have some resources available online about the biology and control of this we ...

  9. Evaluating Soybean Stand

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2014-16/evaluating-soybean-stand

    As soybean planting wraps up, it’s time to consider evaluating soybean stands.  Planting conditions were not always ideal this year.  Soil conditions were a little wet when planting started and now have turned fairly dry in most areas.  Here are some poin ...

  10. The Risk for Scab Continues to be Low as We Enter Early Grain-fill

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2014-16/risk-scab-continues-be-low-we-enter-early-grain-fill

    A June 2 Update: Wheat across Ohio is now between anthesis and early grain-fill. Barring a few late-planted fields in some parts of Northern Ohio that are now at the flowering growth stage, most of our wheat reached anthesis late last week and during the ...

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