C.O.R.N. Newsletter

  1. 2020 Farm Science Review Agronomy Plots
    Author(s): Amanda Douridas , Author(s): Mary Griffith , Author(s): Jason Hartschuh, CCA , Author(s): Elizabeth Hawkins

    This year the Farm Science Review will be virtual for the first time in its nearly 60 year history. The virtual show takes place on September 22-24th and includes many livestreamed educational sessions and demonstrations, as well as recorded videos. The show is free to attend with a simple registration process. To register, start at fsr.osu.edu and click on the red box that will take you to the My Show Planner.

    Issue: 2020-32
  2. Judging from the calls I have been getting over the past week, we have some issues out there. One good source of information – with pictures and often accompanied by a remedy is the OSU/PSU Corn, Soybean, Wheat, and Forages Field Guide. We have two versions – the bound copy, which I love, and a pdf version that is digital and can be downloaded now.

    Issue: 2020-16
  3. Author(s): Matthew Schmerge , Author(s): Amanda Bennett

     

       
    Issue: 2019-41
  4. Calling all agronomists, Certified Crop Advisers, custom applicators and farmers! Last reminder - registration is now open for the 2019 FSR Agronomy College, a partnership event between the Ohio AgriBusiness Association and Ohio State University Extension. 

    Issue: 2019 - 29
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    Issue: 2018-41
  6. The 2019 West Ohio Agronomy Day will be held on Monday, January 14th at St. Michael’s Hall in Fort Loramie.  A light breakfast will be available starting at 8 a.m. with a marketing update from Cargill and Sunrise Cooperative at 8:30 a.m.  At 9 a.m.

    Issue: 2018-39
  7. Author(s): Amanda Douridas , Author(s): Elizabeth Hawkins

    Stay on top of what is happening in the field and the farm office as Amanda Douridas and Elizabeth Hawkins interview experts in agronomy and farm management. Hosted by Ohio State University Extension, this podcast takes a bi-monthly dive into specific issues that impact agriculture, such as: weather, land value, policies, commodity outlooks, and more.

    Issue: 2018-15
  8. We know not everyone can attend our meetings so for many topics we produce videos or publish bulletins. Some are short and on the concerns of the day, others are for background on broader topics. The OSU Agronomic Crops Team has a Youtube channel where we place the videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbqpb60QXN3UJIBa5is6kHw.

    Issue: 2018-01
  9. The 2018 Agronomy School for Coshocton and Muskingum Counties will be on Wednesday, January 31, 2018 at Dresden United Methodist Church, 1014 Main St, Dresden, OH 43821. Topics will include disease and pest management, managing harvest data, nutrient management and water quality, and industry outlooks. Certified Crop Advisor continuing education credits are available and participants will be provided with a copy of the new Ohio Agronomy Guide, 15th edition. Registration and light refreshments begin at 9:00 am with introductions at 9:15 am.

    Issue: 2018-02, Issue: 2018-01
  10. Wyandot Agronomy day will be January 25th at the Sycamore Community Center. The program will start at 9:30am and run until 4pm. We will be covering many topics including Corn and it’s potential, weeds and your herbicide program, maximizing precision ag and nutrients, and Soil Carbon and microbes. The program will be a mix of state specialist on local county educators. We will have pesticide and fertilizer recertification credits and CCA credit. For more information all OSU Extension Office Crawford County 419-562-8731.

    Issue: 2018-01

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