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  1. Slug Management Considerations and Statewide Slug Monitoring Report – Update #5

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2024-19/slug-management-considerations-and-statewide-slug-monitoring

    Temperatures are on the rise in Ohio and while slugs remain in the fields, you may notice your plants outgrowing some of the foliage feeding they received over the past few weeks. Soybean plants are capable of withstanding certain levels of defoliation de ...

  2. Manure Science Review Coming Thursday August 6th

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2024-17/manure-science-review-coming-thursday-august-6th

    The annual Manure Science Review will be held on Tuesday, August 6th from 9:00 am to 3:30 pm at ... the Farm Science Review Molly Caren Agricultural Center 135 SR 38 NE, London, OH Morning educational ... best manure application practices. Attendees will also hear about updates on the H2Ohio program ...

  3. Hay! How You Gather and Store Yours Matters

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/hay-how-you-gather-and-store-yours-matters

    potential loss to around 8 percent. Summer programs scheduled on grazing, manure There are several summer ... programs I would like to make you aware of.  First, the Richland County Soil and Water office will be ... July 23 and 25 th, and a pasture walk program on July 27 th.  If you would like to find more ...

  4. Weather Trends and Pest and Disease Impacts on Soybeans Webinar

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/events/weather-trends-and-pest-and-disease-impacts-soybeans-webinar

    Environmental Sciences at The Ohio State University. He is also the State Climatologist and principal research ...

  5. Weed Management in Hot, Dry Conditions

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2024-19/weed-management-hot-dry-conditions

    effective due to lack of rainfall, a two-pass POST program should be considered to manage the potentially ...

  6. Lep Monitoring Network – Last week for Black Cutworm and True Armyworm Update # 7

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2024-17/lep-monitoring-network-%E2%80%93-last-week-black-cutworm-and-true

    23 true armyworm moths. Black Cutworm The statewide average for BCW pests decreased from 1.3 during ... previous trend we have been seeing, the statewide average for AMW decreased again from 1.5 moths for the ...

  7. Managing Flies & Livestock Health As Summer Warms Up

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/managing-flies-livestock-health-summer-warms

    flies/animal.  Milk production, for dairy cattle, can be decreased by up to 15%.  Horn flies are blood feeders ... and will consume about 30 meals per day.  They spend the majority of their time on the animal and will ... on the face and any open wound.  They spend little time on the animal but can be a vector to transmit ...

  8. Lep Monitoring Network – Black Cutworm and True Armyworm Update # 6

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2024-16/lep-monitoring-network-%E2%80%93-black-cutworm-and-true-armyworm-update-6

    decline that was seen over the past two weeks in the statewide average for both pests has continued to ... the end of the season for both BCW and AMW moths in Ohio. Black Cutworm The statewide average for BCW ... traps set up in that county. True Armyworm Similar to the trend we have been seeing, the statewide ...

  9. A Balanced Life: Personal Wellness Is More Than Just Eating Vegetables

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/balanced-life-personal-wellness-more-just-eating-vegetables

    make it a goal to be healthy and happy! Melinda Hill is an OSU Extension Family & Consumer Sciences ... family and consumer sciences ...

  10. Slug Management Considerations and Statewide Slug Monitoring Report – Update #4

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2024-18/slug-management-considerations-and-statewide-slug-monitoring

    We have been receiving more reports this season than usual of slug damage in corn and soybeans, either through plant feeding or through seed feeding in open seed trenches (Figure 1).  Emerging corn plants are less susceptible to lasting damage than soybea ...

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