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  1. Author(s): Aaron Wilson

    Climate Summary

    Issue: 2024-17
  2. Flooded Field and Corn in Drought
    Author(s): Aaron Wilson

    Weather is almost always a challenge for agriculture, and  good management strategies for dealing with water, weeds, pests, diseases, and stress are all part of being climate-smart.

    Issue: 2023-38, Issue: 2023-34
  3. Figure 1. Waterlogged soils causing reduced nodulation, stunting, and yellowing. (Delaware County, June 29, 2023)
    Author(s): Andy Londo , Author(s): Alexander Lindsey , Author(s): Laura Lindsey , Author(s): Horacio Lopez-Nicora , Author(s): Wanderson Novais

    Wildland fires in Canada this year have so far burned over 20 million acres with approximately 4 million of those acres in Quebec. In spite of these fires being hundreds of miles away from us, smoke generated has been driven by northern winds impacting the northeastern and midwestern US. There has been some growing concern about the impact this smoke will have on agriculture in Ohio. Of particular concern are toxins in the smoke.   

    Issue: 2023-22
  4. Author(s): Aaron Wilson

    Weather is almost always a challenge for agriculture, from too little or too much rain, late season freeze conditions, and severe weather impacts. Yet, having good management strategies for dealing with water, weeds, pests, diseases, and stress is all part of being climate-smart.

    Issue: 2023-18
  5. Author(s): Stephanie Karhoff, CCA , Author(s): Osler Ortez , Author(s): Laura Lindsey

    In past years we dreamt of a dry spring. Guess we should be careful what we wish for as we face an early dry spell this season.

    Issue: 2023-17
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