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  1. Preparing for Fall

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/preparing-fall

    case, baby calves to watch run and jump in the fields.  It’s been a long time for me since science class ... the leaves as the weather begins to cool and the chlorophyll production stops, revealing the reds and ...

  2. Winter Ag Programs

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    the 11:00 session with Dianne Shoemaker, OSU Dairy Field Specialist, as she discusses the status of ...

  3. COVID-19 Farm Resources

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    Association Resources   Fruit and Produce Resources Specialty Crop Farm Operators Food Safety During COVID-19 ... COVID-19   Webinars COVID-19 and Food Safety for Consumers COVID-19 and Food Safety for Specialty Crop ...

  4. Agronomy Resources

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    important management decision in agronomic crop production.   C.O.R.N Newsletter C.O.R.N. is a summary of ...   Ohio Weed Control Guide A weed control guide for Ohio field crops including corn, soybeans, wheat, ... ranks #1 in alfaalfa hay production, #1 in oats, #6 in other hay, #30 in wheat, #32 in corn and #41 in ...

  5. Vegetable Growers Outlook: Disease Challenges

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    Commercial vegetable production is an important component of the Wayne County agricultural ... Medina County.  Downy mildew is a potentially devastating disease of cucurbit crops, but especially ... is considered a “community” disease.  It is not going to stay isolated on one farm or field; it can ...

  6. Summer Calf Hutch Management

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    hutch. Cover Crop Forage Options After Wheat Wheat is turning color in fields, indicating that wheat ... season left.  What are options to put that land into productive use?  Double crop soybeans are ... yield hit of late planted soybeans warrants consideration of the use of a cover crop for forage.  Given ...

  7. Monitor Cressleaf Groundsel and Plan for Control

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    Cressleaf Groundsel is a toxic plant that has become much more common in both agronomic row crop ... as well as hay fields over the past several years.  The concern is for those forage fields that have ... field or uniformly scattered through the field to compose 5% or greater of total forage dry matter. That ...

  8. Fall Hay Harvest, Weed Control, and Agritourism

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    the “no-cut” period for hay fields which spans from roughly September 7 th to October 15 th. This ... risk value of leaving the weeds in the pasture or field. Fall and Winter Agritourism Taking the family ...

  9. Sounds of Silence

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    stress, mood swings, sleep loss, diminished productivity, high blood pressure, heart disease, depression, ...

  10. Grain Storage and Storage Management

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    Given our current grain crop market situation, grain storage is an important component of ... 330-264-8722 or send an email message to lewandowski.11@osu.edu   Grain Drying Challenges for 2019 Crop ... 2017 Purdue Pest and Crop Newsletter article Grain Bin Safety: Grain Bin Safety: University of Illinois ...

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