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C.O.R.N. Newsletter: 2019-14

Crop Observation and Recommendation Network

C.O.R.N. Newsletter is a summary of crop observations, related information, and appropriate recommendations for Ohio crop producers and industry. C.O.R.N. Newsletter is produced by the Ohio State University Extension Agronomy Team, state specialists at The Ohio State University and the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center (OARDC). C.O.R.N. Newsletter questions are directed to Extension and OARDC state specialists and associates at Ohio State.

  1. Author(s): Jim Noel

    An active weather pattern will remain across the corn and soybean belt for the rest of May into the first week of June. A large high pressure will strengthen across the Southeast U.S. with

  2. Author(s): Pierce Paul

    In northern Ohio, most of the wheat fields are between Feekes growth stages 9 (full flag leaf emergence) and 10 (boot), with the odd early-planted field or field planted with an

  3. Author(s): Pierce Paul

    What should I spray for scab and vomitoxin control? With the addition of Miravis Ace (a new DMI + SDHI premix) to the list of fungicides recommended for the control

  4. Author(s): Mark Sulc, ,

    Many alfalfa and forage stands across the state took

  5. Author(s): , Mark Sulc

    The Wayne County Extension IPM scouting program has been monitoring ten alfalfa and alfalfa/grass mix fields for

  6. Author(s): Kelley Tilmon, Andy Michel

    Cool, wet conditions have been the perfect weather to favor slug populations.  Slugs are

  7. Author(s): Mark Sulc, Bill Weiss

    Many forage stands were damaged this past winter, and the wet spring has further deteriorated stands

  8. Author(s): Mark Badertscher

    Do you have a fertilizer certificate that is set to expire May 31 and need a final chance to renew it before it expires?  If so, there is a fertilizer recertification class

  9. Author(s): Anne Dorrance

    We are past the middle of May and I’m getting calls for data already on the seed treatment trials that we have scheduled for the 2019 season.  But in all honesty, I’m glad they

  10. Author(s): Barry Ward

    Production costs for Ohio field crops are forecast to be largely unchanged from last year with slightly higher fertilizer and interest expenses that may increase total costs for some