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  1. Maggie Good

    https://acel.osu.edu/our-people/maggie-good

    position, she will be responsible for leading and directing a new established leadership development program ...

  2. Jack Frost Will Bite Soon- Precautions for Feeding Frosted Forages

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2021-36/jack-frost-will-bite-soon-precautions-feeding-frosted-forages

    for two weeks because the plants usually contain high concentrations of prussic acid.   New growth may ... present. However, green-chopping frost-damaged plants will lower the risk compared with grazing directly ... native warm-season grasses also may occasionally have similar risks. Another unexpected risk can come ...

  3. Dr. Kellie Claflin

    https://acel.osu.edu/our-people/dr-kellie-claflin

    preparation and support of agriscience educators. Dr. Kellie Claflin (CV, Autumn 2021).pdf- Any- Journal ...

  4. Are You Seeing Brown Pods and Green Stems?

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2021-34/are-you-seeing-brown-pods-and-green-stems

    Green stems on mature soybean plants may be the result of a source/sink problem. If there are ... syndrome might be stink bug feeding. As the bugs feed, they inject saliva which may impact the plant’s ... seeds (see figure for stink bug damaged seed) that may indicate stink bug feeding. Stink bug feeding is ...

  5. Cover Crop Seeding Rates

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2021-33/cover-crop-seeding-rates

    above 50 lb/A may have less influence than other factors such as spring termination timing. Rates lower ... than 50 lb/A may also suppress weeds well, but the uniformity of the rye stand and biomass can be more ... variable. Weed suppression may therefore also be more variable. For more information on cover crops for weed ...

  6. Claflin hired as assistant professor of agriscience education

    https://acel.osu.edu/news/claflin-hired-assistant-professor-agriscience-education

    that support agriscience education students and graduate courses that serve students across the ACEL ...

  7. Don’t Let Your Guard Down On Fall Armyworm, Just Yet

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2021-33/don%E2%80%99t-let-your-guard-down-fall-armyworm-just-yet

    may be more cold-tolerant than the larvae, so it may not be surprising to still see some moths.  ...

  8. Minimizing Corn Harvest Losses At The Combine

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2021-33/minimizing-corn-harvest-losses-combine

    Corn harvest is getting an early start this year with excellent September Corn prices it may make ... have also noted poor stack quality which may also be a reason to begin harvest sooner if your operation ... has this issue. High moisture corn may require us to look harder at combine settings to minimize ...

  9. Scout Now For Cressleaf Groundsel And Other Winter Weeds In Hayfields And Pastures

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2021-33/scout-now-cressleaf-groundsel-and-other-winter-weeds-hayfields

    problematic in new hay and forage seedings, since the crop may not yet be dense enough to suppress them ...

  10. Are Fall Armyworm Infesting Corn, too?

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2021-30/are-fall-armyworm-infesting-corn-too

    corn that was planted on May 25 and on June 23 rd.  The good news is that corn with above-ground Bt ... offers protection against fall armyworm.  The bad news is that Bt resistance has occurred in other states ... network to help us predict the likelihood of another generation that may impact forage regrowth and ...

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