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  1. How to Distinguish Flooding Injury from Phytophthora or Pythium Root Rot in Soybeans

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/23-2021/how-distinguish-flooding-injury-phytophthora-or-pythium-root-rot

    that you now have. Drainage is key to limit the losses from flooding, Phytophthora & watermolds.  ...

  2. Foliar Diseases and Fungicide Decisions in Corn

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/23-2021/foliar-diseases-and-fungicide-decisions-corn

    controlled with several of the older, cheaper, and single-mode-of-action fungicides. If these are the ... Several of the newer premix fungicides that provide good control of tar spot are also more expensive, but ... are the most effective in terms of foliar disease control and yield response in Ohio. But the yield ...

  3. Blackpatch of Forage Legumes and Slaframine Intoxication

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/24-2021/blackpatch-forage-legumes-and-slaframine-intoxication

    off may occur when the fungus is present on the seed coat.  Control. identify blackpatch and exclude ...

  4. Fungicide Efficacy for Control of Corn Diseases

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/23-2021/fungicide-efficacy-control-corn-diseases

    personnel.  The CDWG   developed ratings for how well fungicides control major corn diseases in the United ... control and does not necessarily reflect yield increases obtained from product application. A product’s ...

  5. Milkweed and Hemp Dogbane- Who’s Who?

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/21-2021/milkweed-and-hemp-dogbane-who%E2%80%99s-who

    distinct differences that can help landowners identify them and implement control measures when needed. ... spreading rapidly by their creeping roots and seed production. Both are best controlled in agricultural ... with high populations. According to the 2021 Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois Weed Control Guide, both ...

  6. Early vegetative lodging and defoliation in field crops

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/20-2021/early-vegetative-lodging-and-defoliation-field-crops

    non-defoliated control ranged from 2-14% (7% average) in recent work. In general, these values match the data ... growth stage reduced yield compared to non-lodged controls by 5% in recent work from Ohio but increased ...

  7. Canada thistle rebounds?

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/19-2021/canada-thistle-rebounds

    then we had to take advantage of specific windows in the cropping cycle to try to get control with ... thistle is most effectively controlled lack of wheat in the rotation.  Including wheat allows a period ... corn and soybean harvest) nonGMO soybeans, where options for control are ineffective/expensive and ...

  8. June 24th CORN Live Webinar Focuses on Weeds in Soybeans and Wheat Harvest

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/19-2021/june-24th-corn-live-webinar-focuses-weeds-soybeans-and-wheat

    rain have reduced spray days allowing weeds to grow to a size that is tougher to control. Loux will be ... available to answer questions about adjustments to weed control programs. Brad Moffitt, Director of Market ...

  9. Putting poison hemlock in perspective

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/19-2021/putting-poison-hemlock-perspective

    areas it is never subject to any control measures – abandoned fields, forest borders, etc.  And there ... are other areas hemlock grows well where it should be controlled because it reduces the quality and ... Ohio noxious weed list, and therefore need to be controlled before becoming large enough to present ...

  10. Rye can be a pesky weed.

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/19-2021/rye-can-be-pesky-weed

    sensitive areas such as seed production fields. cereal rye Weed Control ...

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