The Agronomic Crops Team Mission
To provide accurate and timely information, provide educational opportunities and conduct research projects addressing the needs of Ohio's agronomic crop industry.
The Agronomic Crops Team is a multi-disciplinary group of Extension Agents, State Specialists and Researchers from Ohio State University Extension, The Ohio State University and Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center.
Disciplines included on the Team:
- Soil Sciences
- Plant Pathology
- Agricultural Engineering
- Weed Science
The Agronomic Crops Network - https://agcrops.osu.edu
Is an online resource dedicated to bring you the latest news, information, and resources for making important management decision in agronomic crop production.
Crop Observation and Recommendation Network Newsletter (C.O.R.N.)
C.O.R.N. is a product of your Ohio State University Extension Agronomic Crops Team
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What you will find in the CORN Newsletter!
- In season pest observations and predictions
- Weed control options
- Insect and disease control information
- Production technology
- Crop development issues
- Timely Integrated Pest Management guidelines
The goal of C.O.R.N. is to provide Ohio's crop industry with the quickest, most accurate information to deal with changing crop conditions. C.O.R.N. is produced through a weekly telephone conference and sent via e-mail and fax to hundreds of Ohio farmers and input industry personnel. C.O.R.N. content is the basis for newsletters, and other mass media efforts in Extension. In one way or another, almost every crop producer in Ohio has been exposed to information from this newsletter.
Our users say things like:
"Excellent, easy to read and understand."
"I feel C.O.R.N. helps to keep me timely in confirming those things my scouts and I have located and in reminding us to keep certain management and scouting aspects in perspective. Please continue it."
"Overall very good information throughout the growing season. Very valuable in the ever changing spring situations."