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Drones for Spraying Pesticides—Opportunities and Challenges
specifications, why they may be the choice for aerial spraying, and the challenges that reduce their usage by ... emerging problems, such as tar spot on corn, which may increase the need for aerial pesticide application ... may help avoid this problem, resulting in much better penetration of spray droplets into the target ...
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Forage Turnip as a Cover Crop in Ohio
midwestcovercrops.org/selector-tool/. Identification Broad leaves with prominent, lighter-colored midribs Lower leaves that may have ... pointed tip Usually hairless leaves that may have a whitish film Fleshy, enlarged taproot May have yellow ... termination information: Winter/snow cover conditions may affect winterkill. Follow NRCS guidelines for cover ...
Red Clover as a Cover Crop in Ohio
type: red clover, white clover. Red clover may also be frost-seeded. When planting on slopes or using ... forage, although it is a bloat hazard, it may cause slobbers in horses, and phytoestrogens may adversely ... often required. Chemical Additional termination information: Winter conditions and snow cover may affect ...
Rapeseed as a Cover Crop in Ohio
used in rotation with other brassicas. May help reduce rhizoctonia in some cropping systems. May become ...
Radish as a Cover Crop in Ohio
season. Other plants may be smothered if radish is planted too heavy. It produces a natural herbicide ... required. Chemical Winterkill Winter-kills at 25 degrees Fahrenheit (mild winters may allow for 10% survival ...
Annual Ryegrass as a Cover Crop in Ohio
Snow cover may enhance survival. Expected Planting Drilled at ¼ – ½ inch 12 – 20 lb./acre (pure live ... May be less effective at reducing marestail than barley or cereal rye Does not host root knot ... terminating with only tillage, multiple passes are often required. Chemical Two or more applications may be ...
Triticale as a Cover Crop in Ohio
knot nematode. Triticale may reduce sclerotinia risk. Table 2. Rating the attributes of cover crop ... tillage, multiple passes are often required. Triticale may be difficult to terminate with tillage. Roller ... except when rolling/crimping. Mowing after heading may terminate. Adjust termination dates based on soil ...
Sorghum-Sudangrass as a Cover Crop in Ohio
average): May 20–Sept. 6 Upright growth habit: 8–12 feet Preferred soil pH: 6.0–7.0 Table 1. Rating the ... tillering and increases root growth. Specific hybrids may be used to manage penetrans root lesion nematode. ... to a height of 2 or more feet, mowing it to a height of less than 2 inches may terminate it. Mowing ...
Cereal Rye as a Cover Crop in Ohio
cover crops. Allelopathic ability (production of biochemicals that inhibit weeds) may be variety ... Plant growth may dry out wet soils but may also over-dry soils in the spring if not terminated in ... best to terminate when plants are small except when rolling/crimping. Mowing after heading may result ...