C.O.R.N. Newsletter 2004 Archive

  • April 27, 2004 - May 4, 2004
    Editor:
    Steve Prochaska

    In This Issue:

    • Eight Years Later - What we’ve learned about managing weeds in Roundup Ready Soybeans
    • Generics Revisited
    • Starane Herbicide
    • Wheat Advancing Rapidly, Yet Little Disease Evident
    • Fungicides Available For Use On Wheat For Managing Wheat Leaf Diseases
    • Web Site Predicts the Risk of Head Scab
    • Alfalfa Weevil in Alfalfa
    • Insect Trap Reports
    • Selecting a Liming Material
    • How To Reduce Spray Drift
  • April 20, 2004 - April 27, 2004
    Editor:
    Steve Prochaska

    In This Issue:

    • Application Rules for Nitrification and Urease Inhibitors
    • Wheat Growth And Early Disease Development
    • Warmer Weather and Alfalfa Weevil
    • Plant Full-Season Corn Hybrids First
    • Reminders on Preplant Burndown Herbicide Applications
    • What Should Be Planted First - Soybeans or Corn?
  • April 13, 2004 - April 20, 2004
    Editor:
    Steve Prochaska

    In This Issue:

    • How Deep Should I Plant Corn?
    • Wheat Condition Update: Southern Areas Showing Rapid Growth
    • Wheat Weed Control
    • Seedcorn Maggot in Field Crops
    • Slug Update
    • Update on Soybean Rust
    • Which Source of Nitrogen is the Best?
    • Planting Practices for Minimizing GMO Contamination of non-GMO Corn
    • Soil Temperatures Across Ohio on April 11
  • April 6, 2004 - April 13, 2004
    Editor:
    Greg La Barge

    In This Issue:

    • Wheat In Condition Good; Normal Development
    • Getting Your Corn Crop off to a Good Start
    • Calculating Seeding Rates for Corn
    • Current Weed Control Reminders
    • CORN Can Be Downloaded to Your PDA
    • Black Cutworm Moths Flying in Ohio
  • March 30, 2004 - April 6, 2004
    Editor:
    Greg La Barge

    In This Issue:

    • Planter Adjustments – A Key Step in Achieving Uniform Stands in Corn
    • Winter annual weeds - it’s the seed production !!
    • Guidelines for Wheat Herbicides
    • Fine Tune your Sprayer
  • March 17, 2004 - March 31, 2004
    Editor:
    Greg La Barge

    In This Issue:

    • Late Winter Wheat Condition
    • Assessing Wheat Stands In Late Winter
    • Dr Robert Mullen Joins The Team
    • Ohio Forage and Grassland Council Annual Meeting
  • March 4, 2004 - March 17, 2004
    Editor:
    Greg La Barge

    In This Issue:

    • Timing Of Spring Nitrogen For Wheat
    • Too late for dormant applications of Sencor or Velpar to alfalfa?
    • Scout wheat for early-season weed problems
    • Predicting Flea Beetle Activity & Stewart's Disease On Corn
    • Corn and Nitrogen Utilization-Thoughts from 2003
    • Performance of Bt hybrids in the 2003 Ohio Corn Performance Test
  • February 18, 2004 - March 3, 2004
    Editor:
    Greg La Barge

    In This Issue:

    • Seed Treatment Insecticides
    • When Is A Generic Not A Generic?
    • Weed Management In Conventional (Non-GMO) Soybeans
    • Use Of 2,4-D Ester In No-Till Corn And Soybean Programs
    • Using Skip-Rows for Pest Management in Soybeans
  • February 4, 2004 - February 18, 2004
    Editor:
    Greg La Barge

    In This Issue:

    • Soybean Rust – What are the risks for 2004?
    • Will the neighbors wheat field planted before fly free day affect my field?
    • Ice In Wheat Fields
    • On-Farm Fungicide Seed Treatments
    • Dealing with Dandelions I: Biology Aspects
    • Dealing with Dandelions II: Why is this weed currently such a problem?
    • Dealing with Dandelions III: Management strategies
  • January 22, 2004 - February 4, 2004
    Editor:
    Greg La Barge

    In This Issue:

    • Managing Marestail I: Biology
    • Managing Marestail II: Herbicide Resistance
    • Managing Marestail III: Crop Rotation, Tillage, And Herbicides
    • Applying Nitrogen On Frozen Ground For Wheat
    • Soybean Cyst Nematode Resistant Varieties
    • Answers To Questions From The Crop Profit Game
    • Crop Management Workshops
    • Advanced Crop Management Workshop
    • Conservation Tillage & Technology Conference February 26 & 27

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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.