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  1. Need to Replant? Go With Soybeans Rather Than Corn

    https://news-archive.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news-release/need-replant-go-soybeans-rather-corn

    June 18, 2009 COLUMBUS, Ohio-- For Ohio growers looking to replant field crops due to weather-related damage or emergence problems, they are better off replanting with soybeans rather than corn at this stage of the growing season.   Peter Thomison, an Ohi ...

  2. Monitor Stored Grain for Mold

    https://news-archive.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news-release/monitor-stored-grain-mold

    October 19, 2010 WOOSTER, Ohio – Ohio farmers are encouraged to diligently monitor their stored corn grain to prevent mold development.   Ohio State University Extension plant pathologists said that keeping an eye on stored grain in the bins early in the ...

  3. Master Gardeners Help Brighten Community With New Children's Garden

    https://news-archive.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news-release/master-gardeners-help-brighten-community-new-childrens-garden

    November 9, 2009 VAN WERT, Ohio – Anyone taking a drive down Leeson Avenue in Van Wert, Ohio, would be hard pressed to miss the city's new children's garden – a one-acre world of vibrant rainbow colors that does wonders to brighten the drab of a ...

  4. Low Soybean Aphid Populations Predicted

    https://news-archive.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news-release/low-soybean-aphid-populations-predicted

    January 26, 2006 WOOSTER, Ohio-- If soybean aphids continue their annual alternating high and low population cycles, Ohio soybean growers could see very few of the insects this growing season.   Ohio State University research entomologist Ron Hammond said ...

  5. Little-Known Virus May Cause Problems for Soybean Growers

    https://news-archive.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news-release/little-known-virus-may-cause-problems-soybean-growers

    July 24, 2001 WOOSTER, Ohio- Ohio soybean growers are getting a double whammy this season. First it was the soybean aphid, a relatively new insect that has been feeding on the plants. Now farmers must monitor their crop for a virus that may cause addition ...

  6. Linda Martin Appointed as CFAES Associate Dean

    https://news-archive.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news-release/linda-martin-appointed-cfaes-associate-dean

    July 30, 2007 COLUMBUS, Ohio- Bobby Moser, dean of the College Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences at Ohio State University has announced the appointment of Linda C. Martin to serve as the college's associate dean and director of academic ...

  7. Look to the Seal for Excellence in Ohio Wines

    https://news-archive.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news-release/look-seal-excellence-ohio-wines

    June 26, 2008 COLUMBUS, Ohio-- Wine aficionados looking for the best Ohio's winemakers have to offer can turn to a new wine industry program for excellence in quality.   The Ohio Grape Industries Committee and Ohio State University's viticulture ...

  8. Low Risk of Stewart's Disease on Corn Predicted

    https://news-archive.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news-release/low-risk-stewarts-disease-corn-predicted

    March 6, 2009 WOOSTER, Ohio-- The risk of Stewart's bacterial wilt and leaf blight is predicted to be low throughout much of Ohio's corn crop this year. The disease is caused by a bacterium carried and spread by adult flea beetles.   Based on th ...

  9. Livestock Manure a Winner As Alternative Spring Crop Fertilizer

    https://news-archive.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news-release/livestock-manure-winner-alternative-spring-crop-fertilizer

    January 3, 2007 Editor's note: Photos are available. Contact Candace Pollock at (614) 292-3799 or pollock.58@ag.osu.edu. OTTAWA, Ohio-- Applying livestock manure to growing crops has been found to produce yields comparable to traditional fertilizer a ...

  10. Look to Research-Based Data for Usefulness of Ag Products or Practices

    https://news-archive.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news-release/look-research-based-data-usefulness-ag-products-or-practices

    April 20, 2009 COLUMBUS, Ohio-- From using fungicides simply to boost crop yields to using soil inoculants to stimulate plant growth, Ohio State University Extension specialists are seeing an increase in the interest and use of nontraditional agricultural ...

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