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  1. Stink Bug Management: 2019 Soybean Crop

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/stink-bug-management-2019-soybean-crop

    to the wide range of planting dates, both early and late-planted soybeans are at increased risk for ...

  2. Back to School Budgets

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    we’ve all seen the school clothes and supplies drawing us closer to fall.  Because these items can ... need. Have your list in-hand and focus on buying only the items on the list. Only when you finish ...

  3. Prevent Plant Acres and Cover Crop Options

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    harvest of cover crops planted on prevented plant acres after September 1 instead of November 1.  Much ... sudangrass, and pearl millet all work well given a September 1 and later harvest date, the reality is that ... cover crop for silage harvest.  The RMA has said that in 2019, the cover crop may be the same crop ...

  4. Annual Forages for Early to Mid-Summer Planting

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/annual-forages-early-mid-summer-planting

    dealers. The legumes can increase protein content but only in the first harvest because they don’t regrow ... if forage is needed before fall. Sudangrass, sorghum x sudangrass hybrids, pearl millet, and forage ... /acre. These species can be planted up to late June in northern Ohio. Forage can be ready for harvest in ...

  5. Nitrogen Fertilizer Rates for Corn

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/nitrogen-fertilizer-rates-corn

    1 pound/ acre of N before the V4 stage, but N uptake rates will increase dramatically through tasseling. ... rescue N fertilizer applications can increase yields and reduce the negative impact of flooding. Note ... N losses should be considered and practiced if at all possible. Consider that N losses can increase as the ...

  6. Kids in the Kitchen

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    preparing foods from other countries. Nutrition/Health: Proper food handling teaches food safety and hand ... and equipment needed. Take time to explain and demonstrate new skills and techniques. Keep safety in ... the process is to focus on fun! Children do not need to be involved in every step of the process to ...

  7. Rain Damage to Hay

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    soluble carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals, rain can increase and prolong plant respiration, can cause ... leaf shattering and can increase the microbial breakdown of plant tissue.  The extent of the rainfall ... due to respiration of mowed forage is about three to four percent of the dry matter harvest.  The ...

  8. Family Time

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    are in the community, and how do we address them.  While I’m sure that everyone in the room may focus ... focused on the challenges we face that we may not spend time on the things that we can do both personally ... have changed over the past twenty years. They consume more energy, are more unpredictable, and require ...

  9. Ponding and Flooding in Corn Fields

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/ponding-and-flooding-corn-fields

    N sidedress (applied post-flood). When flooded for 4 or 6 days, yield loss increased to 15 and 33%, ... yield losses increased to 30, 50, or 57% for 2, 4, or 6 days of flooding, respectively.” Some other ...

  10. Utilizing Lower Quality Forages in the Dairy Ration

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/utilizing-lower-quality-forages-dairy-ration

    where alfalfa died off.  Many of the fall planted small grain crops like cereal rye or triticale, ... preventing the timely harvest of early forage crops.  The result will be lower forage quality.  In view of ... increase feeding rate without running out before new crop. If increased feeding rate of corn silage is an ...

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