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C.O.R.N. Newsletter 2013-14
until about June 10. The exception may be the northern tier of counties that get clipped by rains from ...
C.O.R.N. Newsletter 2013-35
Sulc We have had a beautiful fall so far, but Jack Frost will be visiting us soon. Now is the time to ... silage should be analyzed before feeding. What about frosted alfalfa, clover, and grasses? Other common ... measures about 1/8 inch in length (Bugwood Image of Hessian Fly: ...
C.O.R.N. Newsletter 2006-05
roots and are full grown in about two weeks. There are at least two generations per year in Ohio. The ... tilled into the soil. Black cutworm is another insect that we are concerned about each year in corn. This ... all the current discussion about the new insecticide seed treatments for corn and soybeans there was ...
C.O.R.N. Newsletter 2006-34
nitrogen, potassium and phosphorus soil levels can be determined by soil testing allowing us to identify an ... Authors: Bruce Eisley, Ron Hammond In a recent CORN article, we discussed decisions about insect management ...
Corn Replant Issues
of 175 bushels per acre, this increase would amount to a gain of about 3.5 bu per acre. It’s also ...
Adjusting Soybean No-till Burndown Programs for Later Planting
about twice the cost of a typical glyphosate/2,4-D mixture. This is not really the situation to balk at ...
Sorting through Residual Soybean Herbicide options
that we don’t know about. Many new premixes are essentially generic versions of products that had ...
Managing Alfalfa Stands Damaged by Waterlogging
should be done about these stands? The answer of course depends of the degree of permanent damage and how ...
communicate with our clients and partners about the services available and to share success stories that help ...
C.O.R.N. Newsletter 2006-37
growers are thinking about saving their treated seed for the fall 2007 planting. The dilemma then is what ... the onset of cold weather. So what about next spring, can you apply some early spring nitrogen to ...