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  1. Charity Martin-King

    https://acel.osu.edu/our-people/charity-martin-king

    Charity Martin-King Masters Student martin-king.1@osu.edu The Ohio State University BS; Political Science The Ohio State University BA; African-American and African Studies The impact of adolescent interventions on leadership identity among Black Girls ag ...

  2. Emily Niemann

    https://acel.osu.edu/our-people/emily-niemann

    Emily Niemann Masters Student niemann.29@osu.edu B.S., 2018, The Ohio State University, Community Leadership- Any- Journal article Book/book chapter Report Working paper Policy brief Presentation Data ...

  3. 4-H Sews Seeds of Success

    https://ohio4h.org/december-2022/4-h-sews-seeds-success

    When 8-year-old Danielle Park joined the Blue Ribbon Buckeyes 4-H Club in Seneca County, the main draw was the clothing projects. Throughout her time in 4-H, she sewed her way through almost every clothing project, and now, more than a decade later, Park ...

  4. Isolation Requirements for Identity Preserved (IP) Non-GMO Corn Production

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/node/4427

    Managing pollen drift is an important consideration in the production of specialty corns and non-GMO (non-transgenic) corn as IP grain crops. Corn is a cross-pollinating crop in which most pollination results from pollen dispersed by wind and gravity. Alt ...

  5. Specialty Corns

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/node/4426

    The type of corn most widely planted in Ohio and across the U.S. is yellow dent. High grain and silage yield potential, high feed value, and availability of adapted superior hybrids account for the widespread use of yellow dents. Yellow dents have the hig ...

  6. Harvesting

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/node/4425

    Harvest date should be determined by crop maturity, not by the calendar. Plan to harvest fields with potential lodging or harvest loss problems (such as stalk rot or deer damage) first. All field shelled corn with more than 15 percent moisture must be dri ...

  7. Corn Pest Management

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/node/4424

    Weed Control  A number of factors need to be considered when developing weed control programs for corn, including soil type, weeds, weeds present, crop rotation and budget. No single control program effectively handles the various weed problems that arise ...

  8. Fertility Recommendations

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/node/4423

    A good nutrient management program is one of the keys to high yield corn production. Instituting best management techniques to ensure adequate nutrient availability throughout the growing season can pay real dividends at the end of the year and minimize t ...

  9. Making Replant Decisions

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/node/4422

    Although it is not unusual that 5 to 10 percent of planted seeds fail to establish healthy plants, additional stand losses resulting from insects, frost, hail, flooding or poor seedbed conditions may call for a decision on whether or not to replant a fiel ...

  10. Plant Populations and Seeding Rates

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/node/4421

    When corn is produced for grain in Ohio, recommended plant populations at harvest (or final stand) can range from 24,000 to 34,000+ plants per acre, depending on the hybrid and production environment. Yield response to plant population is influenced by se ...

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