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  1. Dr. Logan Minter

    https://southcenters.osu.edu/people/dr-logan-minter

    graduated from Piketon High School I completed the following credentials:  University of Kentucky, ...

  2. Lep Monitoring Network Update #13 – WBC Numbers Remain High, Continue Scouting!

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2023-25/lep-monitoring-network-update-13-%E2%80%93-wbc-numbers-remain-high

    counties reporting high numbers. The highest average reports for WBC again come from Lucas County, with an ... County, which had a high of 4 average CEW’s last week, had a decrease in numbers this week and reported an ...

  3. August’s Stealthiest Insect Pest: Stink Bugs in Soybean

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2023-25/august%E2%80%99s-stealthiest-insect-pest-stink-bugs-soybean

    bug (BMSB), green, red shouldered, and brown stink bugs. It’s not necessary to distinguish between ...

  4. Interested in Soil Health? Learn together with OSU Extension

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2023-14/interested-soil-health-learn-together-osu-extension

    values. In general, soil test levels were in optimal ranges for grain crops in Ohio (Culman et al., 2020). ... and ultimately crop yields. OSU Extension has worked to identify a few soil tests that can provide ... helpful indicators of improved soil health. Though several health tests exist, we focused on tests that ...

  5. Do I Really Need to Wait for the Fly-Free Date? Wheat Planting Date and Other Management Considerations for Fall 2022

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2022-30/do-i-really-need-wait-fly-free-date-wheat-planting-date-and-other

    than corn or soybean, and soil test levels should be maintained between 30-50 ppm (Mehlich-3 P) for ... optimum production (Table 1). Do not add any phosphorus if soil test levels are higher than 50 ppm. Table ... Wheat, and Alfalfa. Soil potassium should be maintained at levels of 100-130 and 120-170 ppm (Mehlich-3 ...

  6. Defoliation in Soybean and Corn, and Japanese Beetle Watch

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2023-22/defoliation-soybean-and-corn-and-japanese-beetle-watch

    when silks are clipped to less than ½ inch and, fewer than 50% of the plants have been pollinated, and the ... various species might look startling, it is rather rare that this reaches economic levels.  Soybeans are ... defoliation levels reach 30% in pre-bloom stages, 10% during pod development and fill, and 15% at R6 (full ...

  7. Lep Monitoring Network Update #11 – Time to Scout for WBC!

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2023-23/lep-monitoring-network-update-11-%E2%80%93-time-scout-wbc

    Defiance and Henry counties also reported high averages of moths for the week (Figure 1). Western Bean ... counties with higher risk. For more information regarding the Western bean cutworm, visit our website: ... light brown and feature dark spots, as well as a large bold spot halfway between their body and wing. ...

  8. Nicole Arnold

    https://fst.osu.edu/our-people/nicole-arnold

    food safety, food safety education and interventions, and risk communication- for consumers, food ... safety education, Food labels, Risk communication, Qualitative research methods, ServSafe Dr. Arnold is ...

  9. Done with Planting? Collect Soil Sample for SCN Test and Learn How Your Samples Are Processed in the Lab!

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2023-17/done-planting-collect-soil-sample-scn-test-and-learn-how-your

    a good time to sample for SCN. A soil test in spring will reveal if SCN is present and if so, at what ... levels. If you are planning to participate in an on-farm trial that requires soil sampling,  a subsample can ... be used for SCN testing. Additionally, if you planted corn, a soil sample from that field will reveal ...

  10. Dry Weather Impacts on Corn and Soybean Establishment and Wheat Grain Fill

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2023-17/dry-weather-impacts-corn-and-soybean-establishment-and-wheat

    conditions, especially those in the central Corn Belt (Figure 2). Soil surface conditions are the most ... affected at this point. Moving a little deeper into the soil profile, better moisture is available. ... April is between V3 and V5 growth stages. Fortunately, corn is moderately tolerant to dry conditions ...

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