LEP Monitoring Network Update #5 – Trap Counts for BCW, AMW, and ECB (IA & NY)
: https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2020-18/true-armyworm-infestations From May 29 th to June 4 th, 11 counties across Ohio were monitored for AMW, with 31 total wing ... BCW and AMW, numbers are probable to increase for European corn borer moths, as later season moths. ... early-season pests, so our moth numbers for these pests are decreasing, as expected. This will be our last week ...
Battle for the Belt: Episode 13
season does not typically affect yield, but pod feeding has caused economic loss. Battle For the Belt ... emergence; however, there was enough moisture in the soil for both corn and soybean in Western (Clark County) ... Research Station, for corn, planting dates one, two, and three are V5, V4/V5, and V3, respectively. (For ...
Dry Weather Impacts on Corn and Soybean Establishment and Wheat Grain Fill
planted, and 54 percent had emerged (USDA NASS, Great Lakes Regional Office). Corn planted in mid to late ... soil surface warms and dries more quickly. Corn planted in late May this year and close to the V1 ... be uniform, but this is not critically important for soybeans. Soybeans planted in mid to late April ...
Meet Your New Weed Science Extension State Specialist- Dr. Alyssa Essman
If you are a faithful r eader of the CORN newsletter, you’re likely familiar with the name Dr. ... 2014 when she worked as an undergraduate student for Dr. Mark Loux’s weed science program. She received ... her MS in Weed Science in 2018 followed by her PhD in 2022. Congratulations to Alyssa on this major ...
Battle for the Belt: Episode 12
86,000 plants/acre for soybean and 32,000 plants/acre for corn). Plant stands at Wooster are adequate for ... corn, but low for soybeans (as low as 27,000 plants/acre). Table 2. The planting date one, two, and ... of June; and 5) Very late = mid to late June. Planting date four for Wooster is planned for this ...
Battle for the Belt: Episode 11
season. For these reasons, from a weed management perspective, it may make sense to plant corn before ... Episode 11 of Battle for the Belt is now available: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i7LR9tNM7lI In ... herbicide options for corn. Additionally, soybean has a greater risk of injury from preemergence herbicides. ...
Consideration for Corn N Management under Dry Soil Conditions
back would be reasonable. A final consideration is timing. Application systems that make late-season ... When considering adjusting your corn nitrogen program for dry weather conditions, consider how ... often affect root growth, and so may make it harder for plants to take up the N that is in the soil. If ...
Lep Monitoring Network – Ohio Black Cutworm and True Armyworm Monitoring
reported weekly in CFAES’s C.O.R.N newsletter. To start off our season, wing traps with lures to attract ... European corn borer (ECB-IA, ECB-NY), corn earworm (CEW), and fall armyworm (FAW). In addition, a larger ... between May 1st – 7th and results are reported below. For information on corn varieties tolerant of ...
May is here, planting considerations for corn and soybean
reminders/considerations for planting season this year: Soil Temperatures: Planting corn and soybeans after soil ... rate = 30,000 / (0.95 x 0.97) = 32,556 seeds per acre As planting season picks up, we wish the best for ... https://soybeanresearchinfo.com/science-for-success/early-season-management/ Corn and soybean Planting ...
If You Planted and Heavy Rainfall Affected Your Fields…
planted late (e.g., replanted). Nitrogen management for corn Wet conditions make us consider adjustments ... According to the USDA-NASS report for the week ending 05/14/23, 26% of Ohio’s corn and 28% of ... (and emergence) progress is coming along for both corn (Figure 1) and soybean (Figure 2) crops. ...