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  1. Active Soybean Cyst Nematode Management: SCN Root Check

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2022-25/active-soybean-cyst-nematode-management-scn-root-check

    soybean fields infested with SCN may not show above ground symptoms or look sick, the presence of SCN ... every 30 to 50 paces), gently remove the soil without breaking the roots (a bucket with water may help ... threshold. With support from the Ohio Soybean Council and The SCN Coalition we will continue to process up to ...

  2. Scouting for Late Season Soybean Diseases

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2022-26/scouting-late-season-soybean-diseases

    sclerotiorum and is recognized by white, fluffy growth on soybean stems. You may also notice what appears to be ... of SCN begins by knowing if you have the problem. While plants may look health in SCN infested ...

  3. Recognizing and Managing Heat Stress in Dairy Cattle

    https://dairy.osu.edu/newsletter/buckeye-dairy-news/volume-24-issue-4/recognizing-and-managing-heat-stress-dairy-cattle

    solar radiation and may include trees, buildings, cloth, or structures. If shade areas are constructed, ... from the animals. There are two types of evaporative cooling systems: direct and indirect. The direct ...

  4. Learn How to Identify Tar Spot in the Field

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/home/slides/learn-how-identify-tar-spot-field

    Tar spot in corn may be difficult for untrained eyes to tell apart from other diseases and insect ...

  5. Lep Monitoring Update

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2022-25/lep-monitoring-update

    https://aginsects.osu.edu/news/western-bean-cutworm-video Western Bean Cutworm Map July 25 – 31, 2022 Figure 1. Average western bean cutworm (WBC) moths ...

  6. Crop Water Use in Corn – What Do We Know?

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2022-23/crop-water-use-corn-%E2%80%93-what-do-we-know

    is through transpiration (direct losses of water from soil evaporation are much lower as most light ... conditions are available for your crop, that is excellent news. However, be aware that some pests and ... diseases may be benefitted too. Monitoring fields and making timely decisions will be essential to keep any ...

  7. Corn Silage and Foliar Disease

    https://dairy.osu.edu/newsletter/buckeye-dairy-news/volume-24-issue-4/corn-silage-and-foliar-disease

    have shown us that later planted corn may be at the greatest risk to losses from tar spot. One of the ... sheaths and husks. Spots may be on green or brown dying tissue. Spots on green tissue may have tan or ... usually have in Ohio, but on occasion, southern rust may be present. Common rust is rarely of economic ...

  8. All Puckered Up: Dicamba Drift Reminders

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2022-25/all-puckered-dicamba-drift-reminders

    symptoms can occur following carryover or off-target movement of clopyralid, but injury may be less severe ...

  9. Corn Silage Harvest Safety Should Be Priority One

    https://dairy.osu.edu/newsletter/buckeye-dairy-news/volume-24-issue-4/corn-silage-harvest-safety-should-be-priority-one

    Nitrogen dioxide is heavier than air and may be seen as a reddish to yellowish-brown haze. Since it is ... you will experience a burning sensation in your nose, throat, and chest. Instant death may result from ... look for a way to add one so that you can easily check for motorists that may be passing you while you ...

  10. Milk Prices, Costs of Nutrients, Margins, and Comparison of Feedstuffs Prices

    https://dairy.osu.edu/newsletter/buckeye-dairy-news/volume-24-issue-4/milk-prices-costs-nutrients-margins-and-comparison

    and $3.33/lb, respectively. The component price for protein is unchanged from the May issue, with ... compare the prices in Table 1 to the 5-year averages. Since the May issue, the price of metabolizable ... cost is likely equal to zero- ~ means that the nutrient unit cost may be close to zero- * means that ...

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