C.O.R.N. Newsletter 2004 Archive

  • July 6, 2004 - July 12, 2004
    Editor:
    Steve Prochaska

    In This Issue:

    • Wheat Harvest Update: Grain Quality And Scab Levels
    • Wheat Variety Resistance To Fusarium Head Scab
    • Pollination Well Ahead of Normal in Many Corn Fields
    • Pop-up Fertilizers
    • Gearing Up for Wheat This Fall
  • June 29, 2004 - July 5, 2004
    Editor:
    Steve Prochaska

    In This Issue:

    • Wheat Harvest Progressing - Grain Quality Issues
    • Septoria Brown Spot Is Prevalent in Many Soybean Fields
    • Sclerotinia Update
    • Rootworm Larval Feeding Evident in Some Fields
    • Tissue Testing for Nutrient Management
    • Not Too Late to Doublecrop Soybeans After Wheat
    • Will Poor Root Development Impact Corn Yield Potential in 2004?
  • June 22, 2004 - June 28, 2004
    Editor:
    Greg LaBarge

    In This Issue:

    • Ear Formation Well Underway In Early Planted Corn
    • Use Appropriate Herbicide Rates Based On Weed Sizes
    • Wheat Harvest And Head Scab Issues
    • Saving Wheat Seed For Planting In The Fall
    • Nutrient Management for Forage Production
    • Later Season N Applications for Corn
    • Soybean Aphid Update
    • Phytophthora sojae Is Impacting Soybean Stands
  • June 15, 2004 - June 22, 2004
    Editor:
    Greg La Barge

    In This Issue:

    • What is Clipping Heads in Wheat?
    • Armyworms – When Will They Begin To March
    • European Corn Borer – Will They Be A Problem
    • Potato Leafhopper (PLH) On Alfalfa
    • Southwestern Corn Borer Trapping
    • Watch Out For The "Rootless Corn Syndrome"
    • Corn Seedling Root Rots
    • Wheat Disease Update: Harvest As Soon As Possible!
    • Foliar Fertilizers on Soybeans
    • Opportunities to Learn About Soybean Rust
    • OSU Weed Science Field Day
    • Harvest Aids For Wheat
    • Preparing Bins for Wheat Harvest
  • June 8, 2004 - June 15, 2004
    Editor:
    Greg La Barge

    In This Issue:

    • What Soybean Maturity Should I Plant in June?
    • Weed Control In Large Corn
    • Slugs
    • Soybean Aphid
    • With All The Rain Do I Need Additional Sidedress N?
    • Update On Wheat Head Scab Development
  • June 1, 2004 - June 8, 2004
    Editor:
    Greg La Barge

    In This Issue:

    • The Stand Was There …. Then It Was Gone
    • Wheat Head Scab Showing Up In Southern Ohio.
    • Insect Update
    • Armyworms – A Few Here And There
    • Staging Vegetative Growth In Corn And Estimating Leaf Development Based On Heat Unit Accumulation
    • Hail Damage In Corn Often Results In Tied Leaf Whorls
    • Late Planted Crops And Soil Fertility Levels
  • May 25, 2004 - June 2, 2004
    Editor:
    Tammy Dobbels

    In This Issue:

    • Insect Update in Corn
    • Denitrification of Applied Nitrogen and Sidedressing Considerations
    • Yellow Corn, Should I Be Concerned?
    • Flooding & Ponding Impacts On Corn Stands
    • Hail Injury To Corn Should Be Limited
    • Seedcorn Maggots in Corn & Soybeans
    • Slug Activity
    • Soybean Aphid Update
    • Fungicide Applications On Wheat: Timing Restrictions
    • Wheat Scab Risk High In North Central Ohio
    • Armyworms in Wheat
    • Potato Leafhopper in Alfalfa
    • A Few Weed Management Items
    • What Is That Tall, Stinking, White - Flowering Weed?
  • May 18, 2004 - May 24, 2004
    Editor:
    Tammy Dobbels

    In This Issue:

    • The Yellow Weed Returns!
    • Timing of Postemergence Herbicides in Corn
    • Common Lambsquarters Control, No-Tillage Roundup Ready Soybeans
    • Sidedressing Corn -What should my rate be? Should I inject or dribble? Do I need an N stabilizer?
    • Current Risk Of Head Scab In Ohio
    • Powdery Mildew On Wheat, Northwest Ohio
    • Soybean Stand Assessment
    • Scout for Armyworm Now
    • Cutworm Moths Continue to Fly
    • Alfalfa Harvest Underway
    • Corn Replanting Considerations
  • May 11, 2004 - May 18, 2004
    Editor:
    Tammy Dobbels

    In This Issue:

    • Bean Leaf Beetle (BLB) Emerging
    • Applying Preemergence Herbicides To Emerged Corn
    • Heading in Southern OH, What is The Risk Of Head Scab
    • Where are Micronutrient Deficiencies Most Likely to Occur?
    • Check Corn Fields For Emergence Problems
    • New Requirements On Labels, Selection of Nozzles For Drift
    • Purple Corn, What Is Going On?
  • May 3, 2004 - May 11, 2004
    Editor:
    Greg La Barge

    In This Issue:

    • Slug Update
    • Early Season Bean Leaf Beetle
    • Increase in Black Cutworm Moth Catch
    • Powdery Mildew Increasing In Fields Of Susceptible Varieties
    • Estimating N Losses from Burning of Corn Residue
    • Early Corn Plantings and Heat Unit Requirements for Emergence
    • Burndown Situations Get Tougher
    • Management That Increases Soybean Yield
    • Will Low Temperatures Injure Early Planted Corn Fields?

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