C.O.R.N. Newsletter 2004 Archive

  • December 20, 2004 - January 11, 2005
    Editor:
    Harold Watters

    In This Issue:

    • 2nd Crop Profit Satellite Conference January 11th
    • Soybean Rust Update – December 20
    • Where Is All the Potassium Going?
    • Starter Phosphorus and Potassium
    • More on Northern Corn Leaf Blight: Selecting Hybrids for Resistance to NCLB in 2005
    • Year End Entomology Field Research Reports
    • Soybean Aphid Update
    • 2004 Ohio Corn Performance Test: An Overview
  • December 6, 2004 - December 21, 2004
    Editor:
    Harold Watters

    In This Issue:

    • Wheat Yellowing in Areas of Northern Ohio
    • First Year Western Corn Rootworm Sampling
    • Soybean Rust – the Rumors Abound…..
    • Canopy XL becomes Canopy EX – OK with U?
    • Crop Production Conference and OSU Advanced Agronomy Workshop
    • Crop Profit Game Satellite Conference
  • November 22, 2004 - December 8, 2004
    Editor:
    Harold Watters

    In This Issue:

    • Soybean rust has been found in the US, but will it survive?
    • Another Year with Record Corn Yields: The 2004 Growing Season in Perspective
    • 2004 an Excellent Soybean Crop
    • Summary, 2004 Ohio Soybean Performance Trial
    • Soybean Cyst Nematode Resistant Varieties
    • Not Too Late for Fall Herbicide Treatments
    • Crop Profit Game Agronomy Information
    • Year End Conferences - Ohio No Till Conference, Corn & Soybean Conference, Agronomy Day
  • November 9, 2004 - November 23, 2004
    Editor:
    Greg La Barge

    In This Issue:

    • Yield Loss Questions On Corn Crazy Top
    • Corn Stalks Continue To Degrade Causing Increased Lodging And Harvest Problems
    • Sludge and Waste Application on Production Fields
    • Diplodia Damaged Corn Grain: Assessing Feed Value
    • Soybean Cyst Nematode – Sampling, HG Type Testing And Plans For Next Year
    • USDA Confirms Soybean Rust in United States
  • October 26, 2004 - November 9, 2004
    Editor:
    Barry Ward

    In This Issue:

    • Fall Applied Nitrogen
    • Soybean Aphids and Buckthorn
    • Fall Sampling for Slugs
    • Still Planning a Fall Herbicide Application?
    • No-Till Wheat Emerged With No Burndown Herbicides Applied?
    • Potassium Availability this Fall and Winter
    • Adapting Silage Silos for Dry Grain Storage
  • October 19, 2004 - October 26, 2004
    Editor:
    Barry Ward

    In This Issue:

    • Northern Corn Leaf Blight Considerations For Ohio Corn Growers
    • Sampling For Fall Soil Testing
  • October 12, 2004 - October 19, 2004
    Editor:
    Barry Ward

    In This Issue:

    • Corn Stalk Quality and Lodging Potential
    • Soybean Aphid – 2004 and 2005
    • Fall Treatments and Dry Weather – To Spray or Not To Spray
    • Seed/Variety Protection Laws
    • Proper Grain Storage, Part 1
    • Temporary Grain Storage Considerations,
    • Reconditioning Overly Dry Soybeans
  • October 4, 2004 - October 11, 2004
    Editor:
    Barry Ward

    In This Issue:

    • Frost and Sudan-type Grasses
    • Yields are Surprisingly High for Early Planted Beans
    • Precautions When Saving Soybeans for Seed
    • Time To Spray “Cool-Season” Weeds in Wheat Stubble Fields
    • Soil Sampling This Fall
    • Managing Flooded Fields
    • Frosted Soybeans
  • September 27, 2004 - October 4, 2004
    Editor:
    Andy Kleinschmidt

    In This Issue:

    • The Basics of Fall Herbicide Treatments
    • The Importance of a Preemergence Glyphosate Application in No-Till Wheat
    • Late Season Flood Damage to Corn: Management Considerations
    • Use of Corn Plants from Flooded Fields for Silage
    • Price Outlook for Fertilizers
    • European Corn Borer Populations in Ohio
    • Fall Sampling for Slugs
  • September 21, 2004 - September 27, 2004
    Editor:
    Andy Kleinschmidt

    In This Issue:

    • Corn Ear Rots: Diplodia and Gibberella
    • Tips for Evaluating Corn Hybrid Demonstration Plots
    • Fall Plantings and Insects
    • Fertilizing Established Alfalfa Stands This Fall
    • Prepare Grain Storage Facilities for 2004 Grain Crop
    • Agricultural Lighting, Marking, and Towing Requirements
    • Eyeing Ag. Technology at Farm Science Review

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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.