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  1. Stored Grain Management

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/stored-grain-management

    temperatures increase. Compounding the issue is the fact that some grain was placed into storage last fall at ... temperature. Historically, it was recommended to warm grain in the summer as ambient air temperatures increase ... temperatures can lead to increased potential for insect infestation and mold growth. Keeping grain temperature ...

  2. Considerations for Vegetable Gardening

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    to harvest to planning and soil depth are great examples of math and science. Maybe one of the ... a fair amount of work involved in planting, weeding, watering, and harvesting any size garden.  While ... planning for harvest is not done with care. Ask yourself, “How much time do I want to invest?”  Consider ...

  3. Don't Overlook Sprayer Calibration

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    time required in step 5 above. Calculate the average nozzle output by adding the individual outputs and ... For example, to increase the flow rate you will need to either slow down or increase the spray ... within proper and safe operating condition of the sprayer. Remember increased pressure will result in ...

  4. Mindful Eating

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    As we enter another week of safety at home, one of the most challenging questions I’m hearing has ...

  5. How Late Can I Plant Forages?

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2020-12/how-late-can-i-plant-forages

    management practice. The risk of stand establishment problems increases as we move further and further past ... plantings can still be successful. Unfortunately, the law of averages increases against forage establishment ... a short-season annual forage crop that can be harvested in late June and July, followed by planting the ...

  6. Early Season Wheat Diseases

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2020-12/early-season-wheat-diseases

    Cool temperatures and high relative humidity are also required for the development of Powdery Mildew, ...

  7. Why should you calibrate your sprayer, and how?

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2020-11/why-should-you-calibrate-your-sprayer-and-how

    result in ineffective pest control, too much pesticide wastes money, may damage the crop and increases ... and catch the output from each nozzle in a measuring jar for the travel time required in step 5 above. ... example, to increase the flow rate you will need to either slow down, or increase the spray pressure. The ...

  8. Making a Spending Plan

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    done? There are a few options: increase income, decrease expenses, catch spending leaks, or all three. ... and other matters you may want to discuss, like food safety during COVID-19 or home food preservation. ...

  9. Alfalfa Weevil Scouting

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/alfalfa-weevil-scouting

    applying an insecticide rescue treatment or taking an early harvest.  For alfalfa that is 9 inches or less ... average and for alfalfa at 16 inches of height the economic threshold increases to greater than four ... larvae/stem on average, an early harvest is recommended.  Anytime an insecticide is applied as a rescue ...

  10. Cover Crops Offer Options

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    soil health. These crops are typically planted in the fall. Rye, barley and wheat will overwinter and ... continue growing in the spring. Other crops will only grow during the fall season and die off in winter. ... next crop. They are not harvested or grazed (though you can certainly do either and still receive many ...

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