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  1. Foliar Diseases and Fungicide Decisions in Corn

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/23-2021/foliar-diseases-and-fungicide-decisions-corn

    by wet conditions. Although grain prices may be high enough to justify a fungicide application, it is ... fungicides. However, if tar spot is what you are most concerned about, you may want to consider a combination ... the good news is, they are also effective against GLS and NCLB. Therefore, it you decide to spend the ...

  2. Blackpatch of Forage Legumes and Slaframine Intoxication

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/24-2021/blackpatch-forage-legumes-and-slaframine-intoxication

    of its filaments (hyphae), the affected areas of plants may reach several feet in diameter.  These ... rise to the common name for the syndrome, ‘clover slobbers’.  Affected animals may have difficulty in ... swallowing all of the excessive saliva. In addition, animals may show excessive lacrimation, diarrhea, and ...

  3. Fungicide Efficacy for Control of Corn Diseases

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/23-2021/fungicide-efficacy-control-corn-diseases

    each fungicide product were determined by directly comparing products in field tests using a single ... fungicides may be available for diseases not listed in the table, including Diplodia, Gibberella and Fusarium ...

  4. Selecting, Storing, and Serving Ohio Beans

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/hyg-5509

    and canned beans support better nutrition with a range of benefits: Snap beans are a fair source of ... beans into pieces as desired. Serving  Beans may be served in salads, casseroles, and soups—alone or ...

  5. Oats as an Alternative Forage

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/24-2021/oats-alternative-forage

    performs much better with an application of nitrogen and may benefit from a fungicide application to ... than the standard 32 lbs, so a more accurate assessment for planting rate may be to seed 80-100 pounds ... tillage may contribute to significant soil in the harvested crop, leading to higher ash content in the ...

  6. Selecting, Storing, and Serving Ohio Blueberries, Blackberries, and Raspberries

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/HYG-5511

    and firm with a dark blue color and a waxy, silvery “bloom.” Raspberries Raspberries may be red, ... phytochemicals, which are non-nutrient components that scientists believe may help reduce the risk of chronic ... disease. Berries are rich in phenolic compounds and flavonoids, which have antioxidant properties and may ...

  7. Get your Waterhemp Populations Screened for Herbicide Resistance

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/24-2021/get-your-waterhemp-populations-screened-herbicide-resistance

    seed.  Not only because plants that survive may have resistance, but because they produce gobs of seed ...

  8. Selecting, Storing and Serving Ohio Carrots

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/hyg-5514

    release volatile gases (ethylene) during ripening. Serving Carrots may be scraped, pared, or cooked with ...

  9. Selecting, Storing, and Serving Ohio Peppers

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/hyg-5528

    Avoid peppers with bruised, blistered, cracked, wrinkled, or soft skin as these may be overripe or ... refrigerator should be kept at 40 F or below for optimal food safety. Peppers stored in the refrigerator may be ...

  10. To Spray or Not to Spray…Foliar Products at R3

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/23-2021/spray-or-not-spray%E2%80%A6foliar-products-r3

    at the node immediately above it is open (Figure 1). Soybean plants within a field may be at ... response (+5 bu/acre) to foliar insecticide applied at R3 one time. In the other 27 environments, soybean ...

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