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

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2020-21/lep-monitoring-update-cew-wbc-faw-and-ecb-updates

    only Van Wert County is reporting an average above 20 moths per trap (Figure 2). Counties with high ... numbers of CEW and silking corn are at the most risk for CEW, because adult moths are attracted to silking ...

  2. Soybean Progress and Flowering Growth Stage

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2020-21/soybean-progress-and-flowering-growth-stage

    produce more pods and higher yields. Short plants can produce high yield, but if dry soils or low plant ...

  3. Managing Phosphorus for Yield and Reduced Edge of Field Losses

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2019-35/managing-phosphorus-yield-and-reduced-edge-field-losses

    level. At 20 PPM or less, the risk of yield loss increases. Annual in season P nutrient application ... applications when STP is greater than 150 PPM. Follow NRCS 590 site and rate criteria between 40 to 150 PPM ... 8. 8. BMPs for high risk P loss sites: Monitor fields for P loss using the Ohio P risk index and ...

  4. FCS 2022 Generation Rx Summer Programs

    https://fcs.osu.edu/news/fcs-2022-generation-rx-summer-programs

    disposal. The last theme is about the risks of medication misuse and how you can help prevent it. You will ...

  5. Food Safety Consortium

    https://foodsafety.osu.edu/food-safety-consortium-0

    a member. Click HERE to download membership levels and benefits pdf. ...

  6. Crops Under Water – Crop Stage is Critical for Recovery

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2022-18/crops-under-water-%E2%80%93-crop-stage-critical-recovery

    and R.M. Sulc. 2002. Interaction between waterlogging injury and irradiance level in alfalfa. Crop ... waterlogged soils (the root system is saturated). In some areas, this may have resulted in a partial and ... flooding may also result in diseased and dead plants. Disease problems of greater risk due to ponding ...

  7. Janet Buffer

    https://foodsafety.osu.edu/people/janet-buffer

    the Center for Foodborne Illness Research and Prevention. Janet Buffer is a highly experienced ... cross-contamination potential, a Kroger-owned food safety curriculum, and a risk assessment for use in the deli ... education at all industry levels.  MPH, Veterinary Public Health with a Food Safety Emphasis, The Ohio State ...

  8. Lime Considerations

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2021-40/lime-considerations

    for grazing animals. Soil test magnesium levels need to be greater than 50 ppm (100 lb) for optimal ... corn, soybean, wheat, and alfalfa production on fine to medium textured soils and greater than 35 ppm on ... magnesium ratio is larger than 1. High calcium lime should be used in situations where the soil test calcium ...

  9. How CFI is Supporting Food Safety Throughout the World

    https://foodsafety.osu.edu/news/how-cfi-supporting-food-safety-throughout-world

    detect and manage foodborne risks and improve human health”.   Here at the Center for Foodborne Illness ... risk ranking in Kenya. PESAR, our project in Guatemala, looks at estimating mycotoxin exposure from ... protection managers (CFPMs) on foodborne illness risk factors within the U.S.  Take today to look at ways in ...

  10. Replanting Decisions in Corn and Soybeans… What to Consider

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2022-14/replanting-decisions-corn-and-soybeans%E2%80%A6-what-consider

    expected following accumulation of 150 soil GDDs (base of 50°F) from the time of planting, about 5-7 days ... Early plantings, cold air and soil temperatures, precipitation, wind, and warmer temperatures ... chilling, frost damage, soil crusting, and standing water. These factors (or combinations of them) can ...

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