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  1. hand holding handful of soil with corn field in background out of focus

    Join Ohio State University Extension and the Ohio No-Till Council in partnership with Cargill RegenConnect® on Thursday, August 15 for a Soil Health Field Day featuring leading experts and hands-on field demonstrations.

    The event will be held at the Molly Caren Agricultural Center (135 OH-38, London, OH 43140; East end of Farm Science Review exhibit area). Registration will begin at 8:30 a.m. with a welcome message from Janelle Leach, Conservation Agronomist with Cargill, at 9:15 a.m. Morning sessions will include the following:

  2. corn ear with pink fungal growth at the tip

    As pollination continues in corn fields across the state of Ohio, we continue our weekly updates pertaining to the projected risk for grain contamination with deoxynivalenol, commonly referred as DON for short or vomitoxin. This week, the focus is on fields pollinating (reaching the silking or R1 growth stage) between July 13 and July 19.

  3. loading fertilizer applicator

    Results from a quarterly survey of retail fertilizer prices in the state of Ohio revealed fertilizer prices were slightly lower than the July national averages reported by Progressive Farmer for the second consecutive quarter - DTN (Quinn, 2024). The survey was completed by 17 retailers, representing 11 counties, who do business in the state of Ohio. Respondents were asked to quote spot prices as of the first day of the quarter (July 1st) based on sale type indicated.

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    Ohio AgriBusiness Association invites you to attend the free 2024 4R Technology Review Field Day.

  5. The Ohio State University and the Organic Agronomy Training Service (OATS), will host the workshop “Organic Grain Production - Marketing, Mindset and Weed Management” on Monday, August 19 at Bishop Family Farms in Mount Blanchard, Ohio.

  6. Episode 16 of Battle for the Belt is now available: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y325z4mIAXg

    In Episode 16, we talk with Dr. Pierce Paul, the Ohio State University, CFAES Cereal Pathologist and State Extension Specialist, about the development of diseases and grain contamination with mycotoxins as influenced by planting date.

  7. two moths side-to-side

    Over the past week, Western bean cutworm moth reports continue to be on the rise across the state with Sandusky County having the highest average of 47 moths (47 in one trap!). These high numbers mean many counties in Ohio are having peak WBC flight – and should consider scouting for WBC egg masses (more information on this below). Corn earworm monitoring also took place last week, with Lucas County having the highest average of 13.

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