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  1. Collect Fall Soil Samples for SCN

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2021-37/collect-fall-soil-samples-scn

    SCN samples in a cool, dark place out of direct exposure to sunlight and ship them to the lab as ... Coalition, growers may submit up to two soil samples to my lab, and we will test them for SCN free of charge. ...

  2. Fall Armyworm Still Active in Some Fields

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2021-35/fall-armyworm-still-active-some-fields

    reports of damage in cover crops, alfalfa and other forage. The good news is that the extent of the damage ... next week or so may allow fall armyworm caterpillars to do a bit more feeding until the first frost. We ... recommend to scout all alfalfa, forage, cover crops, winter wheat and other crops that still may be risk ...

  3. Alternative Options for On-Farm Grain Storage

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2021-36/alternative-options-farm-grain-storage

    The excitement of a large crop may be hampered slightly by thoughts of where all that grain will ... The best course of action to prevent damage is to hire a structural engineer to ensure proper support ... for signs of misalignment. These could signal damage and indicate areas where the structure may fail ...

  4. Still a Big Window for Fall Herbicide Treatments

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2021-37/still-big-window-fall-herbicide-treatments

    apply herbicides, although we may be up against increasingly wet field conditions. Following our ... that 2,4-D prices have increased considerably, and supply may be short.  There are apparently some ... settling out of certain components – can occur over time, and there may be recommended procedures to ...

  5. Prevent Combine Fires During Fall Harvest

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2021-36/prevent-combine-fires-during-fall-harvest

    Farmers may choose to do their daily maintenance in the morning while waiting for the dew to burn off the ... to spark a fire. Eliminate static electricity.  A chain may also be mounted on the bottom of the ... a specific address may not be available and access is limited. Emergency response times will be longer in ...

  6. Fall Soil Fertility Sampling

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2021-37/fall-soil-fertility-sampling

    should use these procedures. You may also want to choose a laboratory that provides lime and fertilizer ...

  7. Harvesting Corn Fields with Moldy Leaves and Stubble

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2021-36/harvesting-corn-fields-moldy-leaves-and-stubble

    dark-colored spores, may also grow on dead plant tissue exposed to wet, humid late-season conditions, adding to ... fields with dry, moldy leaves may expose farmers to dust. Dust in grain harvested from fields that were ... all of which may cause irritation and allergic reactions. Breathing dust can have adverse effects on ...

  8. Utility-Scale Solar Site Construction Stormwater Management

    https://epn.osu.edu/user-events/utility-scale-solar-site-construction-stormwater-management

    explored as well as a fundamental approach to managing stormwater that may be applied for success on all ... November 11, 2021- 11:00am Water Luncheon Webinar Virtual via Zoom Energy, Materials, and Sustainability ...

  9. Prevent Plant Winter Wheat…What To Do With Your Seed

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2021-36/prevent-plant-winter-wheat%E2%80%A6what-do-your-seed

    seed dealer. Your seed dealer may have options available to return seed. Check with your seed dealer to ... test, seeding rate may need to be adjusted. A seed vigor test can provide further insight into how ... a seed lot may perform in the field under stressful conditions compared to other seed lots. This ...

  10. 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 ...

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