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  1. How to Identify Late Season Soybean Diseases in 2020

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2020-27/how-identify-late-season-soybean-diseases-2020

    can be several reddish cankers on the stem and the internal pith tissue is a reddish brown.  ...

  2. Heat Alert – Farm Workers at Increased Risk this Summer

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2020-23/heat-alert-%E2%80%93-farm-workers-increased-risk-summer

    Outdoor work during these hot summer months adds additional stress to our body’s coolant system. ... can put workers at risk. When our body’s internal temperature cannot cool itself fast enough, our body ... summer months. Besides the sun and heat, wearing additional Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) can ...

  3. Garth Ruff

    https://agnr.osu.edu/people/garth-ruff

    to joining OSU Extension, Ruff was a student in the Department of Animal Sciences at Ohio State, ...

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    These topics make it easier to locate the lastest research, news articles and tools for each ...

  5. Late Summer Establishment of Perennial Forages

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2020-23/late-summer-establishment-perennial-forages

    stands this year. The primary risk with late summer forage seedings is having sufficient moisture for ... seed germination and plant establishment, which is a significant risk this summer given the low soil ... with no-till seedings of alfalfa in late summer and especially where clover has been present in the ...

  6. Short-Season Forages for Late Summer Planting

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2020-23/short-season-forages-late-summer-planting

    Short-season forages planted in late summer can be sources of highly digestible fiber in ruminant ... conventional tillage plantings in the late summer or early fall planting window. These forages can be a planned ... year.  This crop will shut down by mid- to late-summer the year after a fall establishment. It would fit ...

  7. Hay yields off? Don’t panic, there’s time to take action!

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2020-17/hay-yields-don%E2%80%99t-panic-there%E2%80%99s-time-take-action

    years. I am also doing it much faster with my youngest son not working this summer at the Wilmington ... brassicas in the late summer, providing a great mixture of corn stalks and annuals to graze in the fall. ... seed in late summer (I recommend August) or in the spring. Late summer seedings typically have fewer ...

  8. Leafhoppers, Grasshoppers, and Beetles, Oh My!

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2020-23/leafhoppers-grasshoppers-and-beetles-oh-my

    As the summer progresses we are receiving reports of insect problems often encouraged by hot, dry ...

  9. Sentinel Plant Research

    https://chadwickarboretum.osu.edu/research-and-education/sentinel-plant-research

    the Bonello USFS International Programs Proposal   ...

  10. Potassium Deficiency?

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2020-21/potassium-deficiency

    the Lindsey Lab collected 593 soil samples from close to 200 soybean fields in Ohio. Twenty-three ...

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