Ohio: 6 Considerations for Managing P & K in 2022 Feb 3, 2022

🕔Feb 3, 2022
During this period of high prices and uncertain availability of phosphorus and potassium fertilizer, a few basic soil fertility concepts can help guide application decision-making. Fortunately, the work during 2014-2020 […]

Ohio: 5 Points to Consider Before Liming Your Fields Dec 8, 2021

🕔Dec 8, 2021
Many individuals have already applied lime this fall; however, lime can still be applied before planting next spring. It is important to test soil pH and determine whether any lime […]

Ohio Corn: Implications of High N Prices on Fertilizer Recommendations Nov 23, 2021

🕔Nov 23, 2021
Nitrogen fertilizer is a major cost in corn production and is a big lever that drives yield. However, not every pound of N fertilizer yields the same return on investment. […]

Ohio: Fall Soil Fertility Sampling Oct 29, 2021

🕔Oct 29, 2021
The fall is a great time to collect soil samples to identify any needs for lime, P, and K. Soil sampling either this fall or spring 2022 will be particularly […]

Ohio Wheat: 5 Management Tips for Fall 2020 Sep 10, 2020

🕔Sep 10, 2020
Wheat helps reduce problems associated with the continuous planting of soybean and corn. With soybean harvest quickly approaching, we would like to remind farmers of a few management decisions that […]

Ohio Soybeans: Foliar Fertilizer Applications Jul 8, 2020

🕔Jul 8, 2020
When soybean prices are low, inputs need to be carefully considered. Will I get a return on my investment? In 2019, Ohio State participated in a national protocol to evaluate […]

Ohio Corn, Soybeans: Are You Suffering Potassium Deficiency? Jul 8, 2020

🕔Jul 8, 2020
Potassium deficiency symptoms of corn and soybean include yellowing/browning of lower (older) leaves with edges exhibiting symptoms first. Potassium deficiency symptoms can indicate low soil test potassium (K), but may […]

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 Corn: A Crop of Many Colors – What’s the Cause? Jun 26, 2019

🕔Jun 26, 2019
As corn is emerging and beginning to grow, we are again seeing many colors present. In any given field, corn can appear dark green in sections, while other sections are […]

Ohio Corn: Management Changes to Consider for Later Planting Apr 23, 2019

🕔Apr 23, 2019
As prospects for a timely start to spring planting diminish, growers need to reassess their planting strategies and consider adjustments. Since delayed planting reduces the yield potential of corn, the […]

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