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  1. New and Niche Businesses

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    a similar, yet slightly unique version of a product. Niches may include labels like “local, hand-made, ... organic, non-GMO, grass-fed, sustainable, Angus, Wagyu” and many, many others. A niche product must have an ... producing a generic line of product or misrepresenting the advertised niche. This leads to disgruntled ...

  2. Winter Blues

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    beneath you are the weeds and stubble from the previous crop. Perhaps you decide to look back and see some ... there are additional passes through the field before you are ready to plant, then there’s the long ...

  3. Pipeline Study & Specialty Crop Growers

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    studied include soil health and crop productivity. According to the research team, they will be evaluating ... crop yields and soil properties over the installed pipeline as well is in an unaffected, adjacent area. ... interested in areas planted in grain crops in 2020 that are planned for grain crops again in 2021 but will ...

  4. Integrated Pest Management Considerations for Stored Grain Crops

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    Integrated pest management of a crop should not stop after it has left the field. The last thing ... that you want to have happen is for a crop that you worked hard all summer to get to harvest to be lost ... insecticides that can be added to the grain while putting it in the bin, as well as preventative products that ...

  5. CFAP 2 Program & Fall Weed Control

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    2 program will also cover most row crops and many specialty crops/products. See the website for any crops ... April 1, and August 31. A daily production value will be calculated from those records and an additional ... $1.20/cwt will be paid for projected production from September 1 through December 31, 2020. The CFAP ...

  6. Farmland Rental Prices

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/cfap-2-payments-custom-farm-rates

    the potential tenant. These include crop input costs, transportation, machinery ownership costs, ... labor, and management. In addition, this individual would like to make some net profit on crop sales. ...   Next, what is the land’s historical production record? What were the inputs and methods to produce those ...

  7. Noxious Weeds

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    All weeds are problematic. Last week, weeds in pastures or hay fields were the focus, but they ... a recommended precaution. In agronomic and horticulture crops, persistent or noxious weed populations can cause ... approach does not exist. Some rely on chemicals, others tillage, another may focus on crop rotations ...

  8. Late Summer Hay Seeding

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    reduced weed pressure during establishment, typically having less field work compared to spring, and the ... opportunity for a harvestable crop early next year. The possible downfalls of summer seeding include the risk ... especially if weeds were well managed in the small grain crop. In addition, weed seeds are not as likely to ...

  9. Become a 4-H Volunteer Today!

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    with special events like project judging and skillathon Help to plan club activities and field trips. ...

  10. Summer-Planted Forages

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    terminated at flowering to prevent seed production that may germinate in your cash crops in the following ... Many local producers harvested their cereal rye or other winter small grain crops as baleage or ... haylage. However, some farmers are still looking forward to harvesting those crops for grain and making ...

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