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  1. OSU Extension: Ohio Oats Expected to Produce Excellent Yields and Good Supplement for Low Forage Supplies Thanks to Drought

    https://news-archive.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news-release/osu-extension-ohio-oats-expected-produce-excellent-yields-and-good-supplement-low

    temperatures into fall for creating conditions ripe for strong oat yields. “Certainly we’ve gotten timely ... the strong yields are “a blessing for producers,” considering that this year the hay harvest for most ... into early harvested corn silage fields. And thanks to late-season rains, the crop is expected to ...

  2. Study Determining Best Practices to Manage Burcucumber in Corn

    https://news-archive.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news-release/study-determining-best-practices-manage-burcucumber-corn

    corn plants. "It can drag down the corn and make it difficult to harvest, impacting yields ... treatments were much larger, and some had already extended tendrils to the corn plants by the time the ... Observation and Recommendation Network (CORN) newsletter, produced by Ohio State's Agronomics Crop Team, ...

  3. Make Sure Alternative Forages Contain Adequate Nutrients

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    low-protein feeds such as straw, corn stover, or soybean stubble. However, expect to pay two to four times ... Fluharty. "However, the net energy for corn grain is 2.7 times higher than that of corn stover, making ... October 29, 2007 WOOSTER, Ohio-- For livestock producers facing hay shortages this winter, finding ...

  4. OSU Extension Assistant Director Says Farewell, But Not Before Touting Organization's Successes

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    Recommendation Network (C.O.R.N.) newsletter, the OSU Extension Beef Team newsletter, and the Ohio Ag Manager ... Environmental Sciences with his retirement on March 31. But during his time at the university, the Hardin County ... a team within a team here," said Baertsche. "But it's time to move on and allow other new, ...

  5. Soybean Inoculants Supply Nitrogen Cheaper, More Effectively

    https://news-archive.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news-release/soybean-inoculants-supply-nitrogen-cheaper-more-effectively

    a producer between $80 and $100 per acre due to extra costs and lost yield. "The take-home message is ... State University Extension agronomist. "It usually only takes about a half bushel yield increase to ... the yield loss has already reached seven to 10 percent, and there are significant yield losses when no ...

  6. Careful Corn Planting Can Reduce Yield Losses

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    of their corn yields, depending on the production situation, location, hybrid planted and soil type. ... yields of recent years owe much to timely planting and good seedbed conditions. If soil conditions are ... Recommendation Network) newsletter at http://corn.osu.edu/index.php#B. For more information on corn production ...

  7. Favorable midseason weather conditions mean near-trendline yield still possible

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    find via the weekly C.O.R.N. newsletter." Thomison said another potential issue is that after ... rainfall throughout June and early July could have spelled disaster for Ohio’s corn crop this year. ... a near-trendline yield is still possible, according to Ohio State University experts. "Over the past three ...

  8. Late Planting Could Cost Ohio Corn, Soybean Growers $980 Million-- or More

    https://news-archive.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news-release/late-planting-could-cost-ohio-corn-soybean-growers-980-million-or-more

    include how many farmers decide to take prevented planting crop insurance, and how many corn growers ... planting of corn and soybeans this spring. Barry Ward, production business management leader with Ohio ... State University Extension, said he has roughly figured that lower yields due to late planting could ...

  9. Keep in Mind Insect Pests When Planting Soybeans

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    to Ohio State Extension's Crop Observation and Recommendation Network (C.O.R.N.) newsletter ... scout their fields for the presence of the insects as the growing season wears on and take appropriate ... management actions as deemed necessary. The soybean aphid, the first known aphid to colonize soybeans, is ...

  10. Unusually Cool Summer Temps Slowing Corn Development

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    percent of the corn crop is silking, slightly higher than last year at this time, but behind the five-year ... average by 17 percent. As of July 19, there were 119 growing degree days, 47 days below normal. In ... when we had phenomenal yields, but we also had corn harvested in January because it was too wet during ...

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