C.O.R.N. Newsletter 2009 Archive

  • December 22, 2009 - January 11, 2010
    Editor:
    Greg LaBarge

    In This Issue:

    • Questions and Answers on Moldy Grain and Mycotoxins Part 1-2009 Crop
    • Protein and Oil Results added to Soybean Trials
    • Deadline Approaching for Grain Quality Crop Insurance Claims
    • Forage Performance Trials Report
    • January Regional Agronomic Topic Meetings
    • Certified Crop Advisor, Pre-Exam Training Seminar
  • December 8, 2009 - December 22, 2009
    Editor:
    Greg LaBarge

    In This Issue:

    • Soybean Aphid Resistant Varieties are Coming
    • 2009 Ohio Corn Performance Test: An Overview
    • 2009 Central Ohio Agronomy Day
    • Ohio Crop Production Conference and Advanced Agronomy Workshop
    • January Regional Agronomic Topic Meetings
  • November 24, 2009 - December 8, 2009
    Editor:
    Greg LaBarge

    In This Issue

    • New Herbicide Update for Corn, Soybeans, and Wheat
    • Evaluating Soybean Cyst Nematode Resistance – Big Impact in 2009
    • Upcoming Agronomy Programs
    • Online Lessons For To Prepare for New Pesticide Applicator Testing
    • Ohio Crop Budgets and Input Outlook
    • Thoughts on Compaction From The Fall Harvest
  • November 10, 2009 - November 24, 2009
    Editor:
    Greg LaBarge

    In This Issue

    • How will Delaying Corn Harvest Affect Yield, Grain Quality and Moisture?-Research Findings
    • Resources for A Delayed Corn Harvest
    • Discussing the 2009 Soybean Aphid Season and What it May Mean for 2010.
    • Managing Marestail and Weed Control in non-GMO Soybean Fact Sheets Available
    • Fall Herbicide Treatments in Wheat
    • Get Your Fertilizer Spread This Fall or Next Spring, But Avoid Frozen Ground Applications
  • October 27, 2009 - November 10, 2009
    Editor:
    Curtis E. Young

    In This Issue

    • Winter CORN Newsletter Schedule.
    • Get Grain Tested for Mycotoxin before Making a Decision
  • October 19, 2009 - October 27, 2009
    Editor:
    Curtis E. Young

    In This Issue

    • Weather Outlook
    • Field Drying and Scheduling Corn Harvest
  • October 12, 2009 - October 20, 2009
    Editor:
    Curtis E. Young

    In This Issue

    • Check for Phomopsis Seed Rot
    • It is Time to Sample for Soybean Cyst Nematode (SCN)
    • Fall Weed Control and Black Cutworm Prevention
    • Corn Ear Rot: Which One is It?
  • October 6, 2009 - October 13, 2009
    Editor:
    Curtis E. Young

    In This Issue

    • Handling Frost Damaged Corn
    • Fall and Spring Herbicide Treatments for Management of Marestail - How to Use the Residual Herbicide?
    • Increase Wheat Seeding Rate If Late Planting Becomes a Concern
    • Low Western Corn Rootworm Variant Numbers for 2nd Straight Year
    • New Resources on Management of Marestail
    • Feeding Frosted Forages
  • September 29, 2009 - October 5, 2009
    Editor:
    Wesley Haun

    In This Issue:

    • Is it Really Anthracnose Top Dieback?
    • Harvest Aids for Corn and Soybeans
    • Western Bean Cutworm Larvae Found
    • Corn Ear Rot and Potential Mycotoxin
    • Soybean Aphids Going to Buckthorn in Large Numbers
    • Weather Update
    • Soil Sampling This Fall
    • Late-Season Northern Corn Leaf Blight
  • September 21, 2009 - September 28, 2009
    Editor:
    Wesley Haun

    In This Issue:

    • Harvest Planning – When to Harvest Those Problem Fields
    • "Blunt Ear" Syndrome Appearing in Ohio Corn Fields
    • Timing Fall Herbicide Treatments Based on Weed Life Cycle
    • Hessian Fly and Wheat Planting Dates
    • Weather Outlook
    • Herbicide Resistance Meetings in Southwest Ohio

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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.