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  1. Tips for Calibrating Grain Yield Monitors—Maximizing Value of Your Yield Data

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/anr-8

    yield map data for post-harvest analyses or supporting crop management decisions based on your yield ... monitor and its components. Information provided by your dealer or manufacturer through on-site support ... through your manufacturer's website or by contacting technical support. Check all cables, ...

  2. Inoculants and Soil Amendments for Organic Growers

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/SAG-17

    host nutrient status. Some products also contain phytohormones that may directly affect plant growth. ... may be acceptable to individual certifiers. Organic growers in Ohio are encouraged to check with ... require to yield well? A wide range of organically acceptable fertilizers may be used. Some of these ...

  3. The Cannabis Market and Its Impact on Hemp

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/anr-97

    ANR-97 Agriculture and Natural Resources 08/27/2021 Guilherme Signorini, Assistant Professor, ... figures, and discusses how the growth of recreational segments in other states may affect business ... Department of Agriculture (ODA), which issues cultivation and processing licenses, supports stakeholders with ...

  4. Jams, Jellies, and Other Fruit Spreads

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/HYG-5350

    butter. Artificial sweetener may be added. Follow the directions on the modified pectin package or in ... tender and plump. Conserves are jam-like products that may be made from a mixture of fruits. They may ... later. To extract juice for jelly, follow these directions: Place fruit into a flat-bottomed saucepan and ...

  5. Pruning and Care of Tree Wounds

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/HYG-3311-09

    responsible for nutrient and water translocation (phloem and xylem) or structural support (heartwood), ... nutrient and water availability. Some trees may never completely close their wounds, depending on these and ... longer recommended, with one exception: in areas where oak wilt disease occurs, wound paints may be ...

  6. Guide to Creating Food Plots for White-Tailed Deer

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/anr-61

    direct sun for at least four to six hours each day to provide adequate sunlight for plant growth. You may ... and nature, and seeing wildlife thrive, you may generally find installing food plots rewarding. If you ... install food plots as a main goal to grow and harvest trophy animals, you may soon become frustrated. Food ...

  7. Nurturant Grandfathering: Mentoring Work

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/HYG-5802

    working toward their developmental potential and may become stagnate and self-absorbed (Erikson 1982). ... Grandfathers may not always be successful in passing on skills and knowledge. Indeed, some grandchildren may ... not be interested in learning from their grandfathers. If learning is accomplished, grandchildren may ...

  8. Diplodia Tip Blight of Two-Needled Pines

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/plpath-tree-03

    infection may expand down the branch, but the pathogen can also infect older tissues directly through wounds ... caused by insect activity or hail. Older cones are also susceptible to the disease and often support ... abundant fruiting on their scales. Occasionally, the fungus may form cankers on stems and branches of ...

  9. Using °Brix as an Indicator of Vegetable Quality: Linking Measured Values to Crop Management

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/HYG-1651

    management practices according to how they may affect °Brix values of your crops, using proven approaches. ... most vegetable growers, buyers, and handlers may be the "bank" of numbers they develop in ... Pepper—New Zealand 6.0–9.0 Renquist et al., 2005 Sweet corn—SC 15.0–27.0 Hale et al., 2005 Processing ...

  10. Verticillium Wilt of Strawberry

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/plpath-fru-32

    can survive in soil, and, once it becomes established in a field or garden, it may remain alive for 25 ... disease development may occur when soil temperature is from 70 to 75 degrees F (21 to 24 degrees C). Many ... plantings, symptoms usually appear just before picking time. Symptoms on above-ground plant parts may differ ...

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