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  1. Don’t Delay Wheat Harvest

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/18-2021/don%E2%80%99t-delay-wheat-harvest

    at risk for increased disease, lodging, sprouting, harvest loss, and grain contamination with ... harvest could cause increased levels of vomitoxin contamination of grain, particularly if it rains for ... Wheat harvest date could impact both grain yield and quality. Delaying wheat harvest puts the crop ...

  2. Fertilizing Hay and Pastures

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/16-2021/fertilizing-hay-and-pastures

    now after the first harvest and the remainder applied in the fall.  The Ohio State University ... the first cutting. The other top choice is in the early fall. Remember that hay crops will remove ... about 50 lbs of K 2 O and 12 lbs of P 2 O 5 per ton of dry hay harvested. Fertilizer can be topdressed ...

  3. Taking a Time Out

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/taking-time-out

    just sit, and ponder or think.  Whatever works best for you, realize that reflection increases our ... self-awareness and when we increase our awareness we thrive.  You may enjoy the silence in a room or the soft ... finds you.  Those few moments several times a week have been proven to increase life satisfaction, work ...

  4. Lecturer profile: Dathel Nimmons

    https://aede.osu.edu/news/lecturer-profile-dathel-nimmons

    with the entire chain. She asserts that farmers and producers require more skills and tools to be ... a difference,” says Nimmons. “How we leverage that technology as we do more with less will increase ...

  5. Registration is Open for the OFGC 2021 Summer Forage Field Days

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/18-2021/registration-open-ofgc-2021-summer-forage-field-days

    increase divisions into twenty-four paddocks, cattle are moved daily and have access to portable piped ... Campbell who has provided space to plant twelve varieties of forages following wheat harvest. Attendees ... will be able to observe and discuss the value of these forages for grazing or harvesting. For the final ...

  6. Warm Weather Means Warm Season Grasses

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/warm-weather-means-warm-season-grasses

    annuals also require less water to increase their dry matter volume. Now that corn and beans have been ... Broadcast seeding requires a firm seedbed and cultipacking after seeding is recommended to ensure adequate ... does require a level of care, as they can produce prussic acid (cyanide) and cause poisoning in ...

  7. Increase in seasonal worker visas a temporary solution for Ohio’s food and agricultural labor markets

    https://aede.osu.edu/news/increase-seasonal-worker-visas-temporary-solution-ohio%E2%80%99s-food-and-agricultural-labor-markets

    government moved to bolster the available labor supply by increasing the number of available H-2B ... a long-term resolution to ongoing labor shortages. “This increase is far less than the requested number of ... an agency that prepares the materials on behalf of an operation. These requirements mean that larger ...

  8. Preserve Forage Quality with Baleage

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/preserve-forage-quality-baleage

    Making premium quality dry hay requires a 3-4 day stretch of premium weather when the forage is of ... acids and improves digestibility of the forage. When harvesting forages, there is a sweet spot between ... grasses, the sweet spot for harvest is at the boot stage or just as the seed head is emerging. 10% bloom is ...

  9. Roughstalk Bluegrass in Cereal Grain and Forage Crops

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/18-2021/roughstalk-bluegrass-cereal-grain-and-forage-crops

    reached population levels high enough to inhibit the harvest of cereal grains, reduce the quality of ...

  10. Cooler Weather Returns

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/18-2021/cooler-weather-returns

    weekend, as the southerly flow will bring a return to more humid conditions and an increased chance of ...

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