Ohio Corn: Considerations for Planting Depth This Year Apr 14, 2020

🕔Apr 14, 2020
Timing corn emergence is key to minimize yield reductions, and can be more important for preserving yield than even seed spacing. When setting planting depth for corn this year, be […]

Ohio Wheat: Growth Stages, Associated Management- Feekes 6.0-9.0 Apr 14, 2020

🕔Apr 14, 2020
It’s important to correctly identify winter wheat growth stages to enhance management decisions, avoiding damage to the crop and unwarranted or ineffective applications. Remember, exact growth stage cannot be determined […]

Ohio: Preparing to Plant in 2020 Apr 8, 2020

🕔Apr 8, 2020
The weather for Spring 2020 is expected to be wetter than normal again, although hopefully not as bad as 2019. The purpose of this article is to stimulate our planning […]

Ohio: Spring Safety Tips Apr 8, 2020

🕔Apr 8, 2020
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 […]

Ohio Wheat: Nitrogen Rate Recs In Cool Weather Apr 1, 2020

🕔Apr 1, 2020
Wheat has already reached green-up across the state so spring N may be applied anytime fields are fit. Keep in mind that research has shown N can be applied up […]

Ohio: Broadcasting Red Clover into Wheat Apr 1, 2020

🕔Apr 1, 2020
Looking at both the calendar and weather forecasts, frost-seeding is no longer a viable option to add red clover into a wheat stand. We can’t count on good freeze/thaw cycles […]

Ohio Corn, Soybeans: How Phosphorus Placement Affects Yield, Water Quality Mar 17, 2020

🕔Mar 17, 2020
Phosphorus placement has been discussed as a 4R Best Management Practice that results in lower nutrient losses than when P is surface applied and left on the surface. The concept […]

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 Soybeans: Should You Use a Rhizobia Inoculant? Mar 3, 2020

🕔Mar 3, 2020
Following wet weather conditions and fallow fields, some producers are wondering if they need to inoculate their soybean seed with Rhizobia. Soybean plants have a symbiotic relationship with bacteria in which […]

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