Corn Newsletter : 2015-09

  1. Author(s): Jim Noel

    April has been a warmer and wetter month across most of the state of Ohio. Temperatures are averaging 3-7 degrees above normal with precipitation ranging from 100-200 percent of normal.

  2. Author(s): Pierce Paul, Laura Lindsey

    1- Pull, or better yet, dig up, several clusters of tillers with roots and soil from

  3. Author(s): Peter Thomison, Allen Geyer

    How much corn is typically planted in Ohio by the third week of April?

  4. Black cutworm moths
    Author(s): Andy Michel

    Last week, both Purdue University and the University of Kentucky reported high black cutworm catches.

  5. Soyean planting rate chart
    Author(s): Laura Lindsey

    Planting date.  Planting date (both too early and too late) can reduce soybean yield potential.  In 2013 and 2014, we conducted a planting date trial at the

  6. Author(s): Jason Hartschuh, CCA

    Modified Relay Intercropping (MRI) is the planting of soybeans into standing wheat versus double cropping soybeans that are planted after wheat is harvested. Vyn et

  7. The six soil regions sampled
    Author(s): Pierce Paul, Terry Niblack

    Editor's note: Abasola Simon is also an author on this article.

  8. Cover crop of winter-killed oats
    Author(s): Debbie Brown, CCA

    The Cover Crop Spring Strategies Field Day scheduled for Wednesday, April 22nd will be held at the St. Marys Township House, 10752 SR 364, southwest of St.

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