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  1. Control Poison Hemlock Now

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/control-poison-hemlock-now

    plant (sometimes perennial), emerging from seed in year one and developing into a low-growing rosette by ... development into the often very tall plant with substantial overall size.  Flowering and seed production occur ... information and recommendations regarding control of poison hemlock. “Poison hemlock remains one of the more ...

  2. Spring Farm Safety Reminders

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2020-08/spring-farm-safety-reminders

    Spring of 2019 brought never-before seen planting conditions for our generation.  With a similar ... weather pattern predicted for spring 2020, the window to get crops in the field may be short again this ... season.  With shorter windows brings a sense of hurriedness, stress, and fatigue.  These may all lead to an ...

  3. On Farm Biosecurity to Keep Us and Employees Safe

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2020-08/farm-biosecurity-keep-us-and-employees-safe

    disinfection protocols, we can all stay healthy.  One big difference is that instead of disinfecting our boots, ... we need to disinfect all surfaces around us and all our employees touch. This may also be a good time ... Most disinfectants won’t work if the surface has any organic material present. I often remember one ...

  4. Considerations for planting depth this year

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2020-09/considerations-planting-depth-year

    2017-2019, we manipulated seeding depth to be approximately 1, 2, or 3” deep (current recommendations are for ... planting at 1.5-2 inches deep) in two conventionally tilled fields. One field had 2-3% organic matter, and ... reduce root elongation and seedling growth, and may help explain the differences between fields. There ...

  5. CFAES Ag Weather System Near-Surface Air and Soil Temperatures/Moisture

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2020-08/cfaes-ag-weather-system-near-surface-air-and-soil

    April-May 2020. The College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences (CFAES) Agricultural Research ... from western Ohio with data from Darke and Greene Counties. These sites (noted by an asterisk on Figure ... average. Our growing season follows a warmer than average winter. Winter (December 2019 – February 2020) ...

  6. Poison Hemlock Control

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2020-07/poison-hemlock-control

    one and developing into a low-growing rosette by late fall.  The rosette overwinters and then resumes ... Poison hemlock remains one of the more persistent and prevalent poisonous weeds that we deal with ... in Ohio.  It's most typically a biennial plant (sometimes perennial), emerging from seed in year ...

  7. Challenging Conditions Remain into April

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2020-07/challenging-conditions-remain-april

    2019. Therefore, expect challenging conditions at least through April if not May. The latest NOAA ... to normal temperatures as we go through April. The May outlook calls for warmer than normal and ... is not uncommon into very early May. All indications remain that about a normal last frost and freeze ...

  8. Big Temperature Swings Next Two Weeks

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2020-08/big-temperature-swings-next-two-weeks

    2 inches. The overall pattern will be switching to a bit more cool and damp as we go into mid to late April. ... May Outlook The May outlook still calls for warmer than normal and a little wetter than normal but not ... May.  All indications remain that a fairly normal last hard freeze is on tap. We do expect several ...

  9. Backyard Poultry Production

    https://wayne.osu.edu/program-areas/agriculture-and-natural-resources/backyard-poultry-production

    Check the Backyard Poultry Production page for your backyard poultry information! ...

  10. Establishing New Forage Stands

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2020-08/establishing-new-forage-stands

    seedbed in April. Try to finish seeding by the end of April in southern Ohio and by the first of May in ... Early spring provides one of the two preferred times to seed perennial cool-season forages, the ... northern Ohio. Timely April planting gives forage seedlings the best opportunity to get a jump on weeds and ...

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