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  1. Weather Update: First of the Season Tornadoes Strike Ohio

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/19-2021/weather-update-first-season-tornadoes-strike-ohio

    Another, weaker EF1 tornado moved from southwest Montgomery County into northeast Butler County.   A large ...

  2. Rye can be a pesky weed.

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/19-2021/rye-can-be-pesky-weed

    of volunteer rye tends to become a more serious issue when seed drifts into a neighboring field ...

  3. Putting poison hemlock in perspective

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/19-2021/putting-poison-hemlock-perspective

    northward, where new occurrences and observations of it may be engendering concern in the general public and ... irritation, general distress, or repeated attempts to void feces. Poison hemlock and wild parsnip are on the ...

  4. Common-sense practices for effective spraying of pesticides

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/16-2021/common-sense-practices-effective-spraying-pesticides

    usually provide better coverage and droplet penetration into the canopy, than conventional sprayers when ... conditions when penetration of droplets into the lower parts of the spray canopy is desired. Take advantage ... mention here, including general inspection of the sprayer, importance of proper product agitation in the ...

  5. Cooler Weather Returns

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/18-2021/cooler-weather-returns

    low-50s and daytime highs mainly in the 70s with low humidity. Temperatures will warm a bit into the ...

  6. Registration is Open for the OFGC 2021 Summer Forage Field Days

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/18-2021/registration-open-ofgc-2021-summer-forage-field-days

    increase divisions into twenty-four paddocks, cattle are moved daily and have access to portable piped ... stop, we will move further north into Knox county to learn about the use of Conservation Reserve Program ...

  7. Educational Resources

    https://agsafety.osu.edu/resources

    for program materials that could fit into several subject areas, check the heading that most ...

  8. Potato Leafhoppers Have Arrived in an Alfalfa Field Near You

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/16-2021/potato-leafhoppers-have-arrived-alfalfa-field-near-you

    begun laying eggs, and it only takes about 3 weeks for these eggs to hatch into nymphs and develop into ...

  9. Hay Barn Fires are a Real Hazard

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/15-2021/hay-barn-fires-are-real-hazard

    thermophilic bacteria can take off in your hay and raise temperature into the fire danger zone of over 175°F. ... into flames, keep tractors wet so the tractor does not catch fire. 200°+/93.3°+ Fire is present with in ... possible, inject water into the hot spot to cool hay before moving. Most likely a fire will occur, keep ...

  10. Alfalfa Weevil and Potato Leafhopper Status in Ohio’s Alfalfa Crop

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/15-2021/alfalfa-weevil-and-potato-leafhopper-status-ohio%E2%80%99s-alfalfa-crop

    in which this insect goes through metamorphosis into the next adult stage.  These adults do little ... back into Ohio from the southern states. As our weather patterns shift to movement from the south ... eggs. It only takes about 3 weeks for these eggs to hatch into nymphs and develop into adults. Thus, ...

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