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  1. Bunker and Silage Pile Safety

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/bunker-and-silage-pile-safety

    some awareness of our surroundings and the potential for an accident.  As we get into cold weather, ...

  2. Stink Bug Management: 2019 Soybean Crop

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/stink-bug-management-2019-soybean-crop

    move into new fields.  As earlier fields mature, they will naturally be attracted to fields that are ... this process can continue into October.  Late-maturing fields should receive extra scouting attention.  ... effort further into the field to assess the extent of infestation.  If populations are still mainly on ...

  3. Harvesting Immature Corn as Silage

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/harvesting-immature-corn-silage

    sugars into lactic acid.  The bacteria responsible for this work need certain conditions to thrive and ... values between 3.8 and 4.0. There is a considerable amount of corn planted after mid-June and even into ... earlier rather than later is better.  If there is corn in the pre-tassel stage, cut it before it goes into ...

  4. Develop a Forage Use and Feeding Plan

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    silage bag capacities are available on-line by typing in “silo capacity calculators” into any browser.  ... best quality forage, including silage, baleage and dry hay.  Convert forage inventory tons into DM ...

  5. Extension Professional's Conference

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    the Olympic Training Center we visited with the athletes and learned how much time and effort go into ...

  6. Nitrogen Applications to Wheat Fields

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/nitrogen-applications-wheat-fields

    little opportunity for growth before cold and wet conditions moved into the area last November. Fall ... a wheat field. Heads developing from spring tillers generally are much smaller than heads from fall ... mineralize and generally will not be available when wheat uptakes the majority of its nitrogen in the months ...

  7. Early Season Pest Scouting in Corn and Soybeans

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/early-season-pest-scouting-corn-and-soybeans

    instar stages they are capable of cutting plants off near the soil level or tunneling into the plant, ... cool, moist conditions and no-till crop residue provides good slug habitat.  Slug eggs generally hatch ... no-till creates a higher risk situation for damage by slugs.  If those soybeans are planted into wet field ...

  8. Processing Venison

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    Choose quality chilled meat. Remove excess fat. Remove large bones. Cut into uniform strips, cubes, or ...

  9. Cover Crop Forage Harvest Considerations

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    management of potential nitrate toxicity situations: Generally, forage nitrate levels drop significantly 3 to ...

  10. Considerations for 2019 Winter Wheat Planting

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    then hatch into small larvae that feed before spending the winter surrounded by a protective case known ... these acres go back into a fall-planted winter wheat crop, then there are additional disease management ...

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