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  1. Environmental Biophysics

    https://fabe.osu.edu/courses/fabeng-5330

    FABENG 5330 Environmental Biophysics provides an overview of the interactions between the physical ...

  2. Considerations for managing P & K in 2022

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2022-03/considerations-managing-p-k-2022

    best investment when fertilizer prices are high, a recent reliable soil test! What is a recent reliable ... high, or weather conditions do not favor application.  Table 1. Critical Soil Test Values from Mehlich ... than 20 ppm P soil values. Below 20 ppm is where the risk of yield loss is more likely. Therefore, the ...

  3. Tar Spot Q&A

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2020-21/tar-spot-qa

    show up first and reach higher levels in that region. In addition, in 2021, some fields in the NW had ... tar spot”. A: Wind can carry spores over long distances between fields within counties and even ... between counties and states. So, the reason why some fields without a history of tar spot (did not have ...

  4. Double Crop Soybean Management Considerations for 2022

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2022-18/double-crop-soybean-management-considerations-2022

    mid-to-late June plantings should be between 130,000-150,000 plants/acre. The harvest population for early ... soybean prices. With high soybean prices, we anticipate interest in double-crop soybean production in ... soil moisture condition, seed-soil contact, and disease pressure. Soybean double crop ...

  5. Supplemental Forages to Plant in July After Wheat

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2022-20/supplemental-forages-plant-july-after-wheat

    matter/acre. Potential high nitrates under drought conditions. Risk of prussic acid (hydrogen cyanide gas) if ... this spring resulted in ample forage supply, but good to high-quality forage is in short supply because ... Silage quality will be lower than normal planting dates. The risk is getting it harvested at the right ...

  6. Using Annual Forages in your Pasture, Pasture Walk (Morrow)

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/events/using-annual-forages-your-pasture-pasture-walk-morrow

    The OSU Extension-Morrow County and Morrow Soil & Water invite you to attend their upcoming ...

  7. Lep Monitoring Update WBC, CEW, FAW and ECB Updates

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2022-22/lep-monitoring-update-wbc-cew-faw-and-ecb-updates

    Counties with high numbers of CEW and silking corn are at the most risk for CEW, because adult moths are ...

  8. Strong Storms and Downed Corn – How will this affect yield?

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2022-22/strong-storms-and-downed-corn-%E2%80%93-how-will-affect-yield

    Internode elongation in corn continues through tasselling (VT), so if root lodging occurs between V10 and ... root systems are underdeveloped due to a myriad of factors (e.g., hard/compacted soils reduce rooting ... ability, warm/dry soils affecting root elongation, shallow planting depths limiting root formation). When ...

  9. Cooler to Warmer June Ahead

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/2022-17/cooler-warmer-june-ahead

    of the month (+1 to +4F). Confidence in this is medium to high. Rainfall will be much more variable ... and scattered ranging from 0.50 inches to over 3 inches through June 20th (see attached rainfall ... for a warmer and drier than average pattern with low chances for early freezes. Flood Risk Maps The ...

  10. Update of Corn Nitrogen Recommendations from MRTN

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2022-15/update-corn-nitrogen-recommendations-mrtn

    163 156 150 144 $6.50 182 175 168 161 155 149 $7.00 185 178 172 165 159 154 $7.50 189 182 176 169 163 ... ://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2021-39/implications-high-n-fertilizer-prices-corn-n-fertilizer. There are a couple of changes to note ... ($/lb) Price/Bushel Corn $0.65 $0.75 $0.85 $0.95 $1.05 $1.15 $5.50 173 165 158 151 145 139 $6.00 178 170 ...

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