Ohio: No-Till – The Importance of Phosphorus Management Mar 11, 2020

🕔Mar 11, 2020
Left untilled, fields gain organic matter and maintain high yields, but there’s a tradeoff to consider when deciding not to till. Fields that aren’t tilled are less likely to erode, […]

Ohio Weather: Another Wetter-Than-Average Spring Expected Mar 5, 2020

🕔Mar 5, 2020
Farmers anxiously awaiting spring rain forecasts might want to take several deep breaths and keep their rubber boots ready. Above-average spring rainfall is expected in March, April, and May—which is […]

Ohio: Climate Change – Shifting to Warmer and Wetter Jan 29, 2020

🕔Jan 29, 2020
Little snow, warmer days. It’s been an unusual winter. Or has it? For the past four decades, Ohio’s winters have been warming twice as fast as its summers. And the […]

Is the U.S.-China Trade Deal Unrealistic? Jan 16, 2020

🕔Jan 16, 2020
A new trade deal reached between the United States and China might significantly increase China’s imports of American agricultural products, including soybeans. A pause in the ongoing trade war between […]

Ohio: Late Planting Leads to Wetter Harvested Grain Dec 10, 2019

🕔Dec 10, 2019
More Ohio farmers invested extra time and fuel this year to dry their harvested corn and soybeans because both grains were planted several weeks late and had less time to […]

Ohio Farm Income Expected To Rise – Due To Fed Payments Oct 23, 2019

🕔Oct 23, 2019
Even during a growing season when 1.5 million fewer acres of soybeans and corn were planted in Ohio, average farm incomes in the state are likely to increase compared to […]

No Pigweed Left Behind – Make That A Goal At Harvest Oct 4, 2019

🕔Oct 4, 2019
At harvest this year, watch for patches of pigweeds, which are quickly multiplying across Ohio. A campaign dubbed “No Pigweed Left Behind” is aimed at encouraging farmers to stop those weeds […]

Ohio Corn, Soybeans: More Diseases, Lower Yields Forecast Oct 4, 2019

🕔Oct 4, 2019
The late start to the planting season stunted growth in many corn and soybean fields across Ohio, and yields for both crops are expected to be the state’s smallest since […]

Ohio Corn, Soybeans: Watch for Diseases in Late Crops Aug 9, 2019

🕔Aug 9, 2019
Late-planted corn and soybeans could be vulnerable to higher-than-normal levels of crop diseases this year, experts from The Ohio State University warn. When sown one to two months later than […]

Ag Trade: Tariffs Leading to ‘Point of No Return’ May 23, 2019

🕔May 23, 2019
Even if the United States eventually reaches a trade agreement with China, the damage done from the ongoing trade war could take years to undo, according to an agricultural economist […]

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