Fertilizing Perennial Forages on Dairy Farms
test P exceeds the agronomic level of 50 ppm, there is increased potential of P losses into streams ... Many dairy farms have high levels of soil P, making the expense of fertilizer P unnecessary. When soil ... harm animals fed those forages. A recent soil test should always guide what nutrients to apply and how ...
Feeding for Milk Components
starch, such as high moisture corn, Increasing concentrations of high-quality undegradable protein, ... means reducing inclusion rate of distiller grains which are usually high in sulfur). During 2023, the ... Stevenson. 2021. Review: Perspective on high-performing dairy cows and herds. Animal 15 (Suppl 1); ...
college, as well as students who will have to take upper-level science courses. ...
Communicating Agricultural Issues
complex science in nature and highly emotional. This course will walk you through the theories and skills ...
Distinguished Senior Spotlight: Cassidy Brozovich
fact about her is that she was once an avid percussionist, playing the drums until the end of high ...
Using Dairy Manure with Newly Planted Crops
did not produce reasonable ears of grain. Leaving manure on the soil surface will not capture as much ... the soil surface and keep it off the leaves of the wheat plants. ...
Spring Hayfield Scouting
stand. So be sure to get down to ground level when scouting and observe those alfalfa crowns to see if field ... yield potential is still at or near 100%. When a field falls between 40 and 55 stems per square foot, ...
State? My favorite thing about Ohio State is the school spirit. My high school wasn't very ...
Practical Experiences in Plant Health: Insects & Diseases of Plants
practices can influence the outcome of interactions between pathogens and pests. This is a beginning course ...
Beneficial Plant-associated Microbiomes and Plant Pathology Research
PLNTPTH 5005 The study of beneficial interactions between plants and microorganisms and its ...