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September 27 - October 3, 2022
Editor(s): Ken Ford
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  2. Fall Sky
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  3. Cressleaf Groundsel
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    We have heard a lot about dandelion, wild carrot, poison hemlock, birdsrape mustard, cressleaf groundsel, and annual bluegrass over the past several years.  Fall is the best time of the year to control these and a lot of other weeds that cause problems into the following summer, either because they are well established biennials/perennials or they just don’t respond well to herbicides in spring.  It’s also worth pointing out that we seem to have shifted to wet springs that mess with all kinds of operations, including herbicide burndown.  The inability to apply burndown in a rela

  4. Fall Army Worm Caterpillars, Photo Courtesy of Mark Badertscher, 2021

    Fall armyworm trap numbers from September 19th - 25th slightly increased over the past week to 6.6 moths per trap (up from 4.6), but overall remain low for the state. Three counties reported an average over 7 moths per trap including Hardin, Paulding and Sandusky (Figure 1).  This will be our last week reporting FAW trap numbers for the CORN newsletter.

    Fall Armyworm Moth Map

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