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  1. Using Soil Electrical Conductivity (EC) to Delineate Field Variation

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/fabe-565

    (EMI). These types of sensors do not directly make contact or penetrate the soil surface. The instrument ... a higher conductivity, directly influencing yield potential. This is why clay generally has a higher ... 1999). Temperature – Soil temperature can directly affect EC measurements but mainly around or below ...

  2. Using Cover Crops to Improve Soil and Water Quality

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/anr-57

    trafficability Difficult to incorporate cover crops with tillage Recycle nutrients, fix nitrogen with legumes May ... increase disease risks Improve weed control, beneficial insects, disease suppression May increase insect ... either increase or decrease with cover crops. If cover crops are difficult to control, pesticide use may ...

  3. Fleas

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/HYG-2081-11

    according to label directions, may be needed. Home, Yard and Garden Insects and Pests fleas controlling ... the warm months of July through October, but fleas may persist all year indoors. It is estimated that ... salivary secretions that varies among individuals. Some may experience a severe reaction (general rash or ...

  4. EOFD Hosts

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    students' areas of interest, we may not need your assistance in a given semester or we may only need your ...

  5. Slugs on Field Crops

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/ENT-20

    state. We usually observe egg hatching beginning in late April in central Ohio, and mid-May and late May ... April and early May are the time to determine if slugs are present. Sift through previous crop residue ... juvenile population. Egg and adult sampling should occur until late May/early June when newly hatched ...

  6. Equestrian Injury Statistics

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/19

    making it not directly comparable to the other sports.  Table 1. Relative risk of horseback riding ... center for severe horse-related injuries was 27 years as determined from a 10-year study (Ball, Ball, ... Pollock, 2008), colt starting, and rodeo. Mouth guard use, common at rodeos, may also protect against ...

  7. Wheat Growth Stages and Associated Management

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/agf-126

    seed quality, herbicide injury, etc. A producer may want to apply 20 to 30 pounds per acre starter N to ... have been formed by this stage, and the secondary root system is developing. Winter wheats, which may ... Second Node Becomes Visible (late April-early May) Figure 4. Feekes Growth Stage 8 where flag leaf is ...

  8. Identification of White Grubs in Turfgrass

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/hyg-2510

    white grubs. A microscope may be necessary to view smaller grubs or the  Ataenius  raster. White Grub ... Raster Location Typical May/June Beetle Raster (~6X) Phyllophaga sp. Green June Beetle Raster (~5X) ... which are active in an area, one can expect to find their resultant white grubs.  A May/June Beetle, ...

  9. Phomopsis Twig Blight of Blueberry

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/plpath-fru-45

    Department of Plant Pathology Phomopsis twig blight may be the most common canker disease of blueberries. ... necrotic area spreads as the disease progresses (figure 1). On stems, Phomopsis twig blight symptoms may be ... cankers that kill the entire twig. Later in the growing season, leaf spots may develop (figure 3). Stems ...

  10. Masked Chafers

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/ENT-51

    Birds, skunks, raccoons and opossums commonly dig up turf around the dead patches. Moles may tunnel ... downwards to hibernate. Larvae may dig down 12 inches but most are within three to six inches, at least in ... southern states. Grubs surviving the winter return to the soil surface in late April and May to feed. The ...

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