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  1. You Can Now Follow OSU Agronomic Crops Team on Twitter

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2022-33/you-can-now-follow-osu-agronomic-crops-team-twitter

    Receive the latest agronomic news, information, and resources by following the OSU Agronomic Crops ... Team on Twitter at https://twitter.com/OSU_Agronomy. You may also follow us on Facebook at ... Crops Team is a multi-disciplinary group of Extension Educators, Field and State Specialists, and ...

  2. Battle for the Belt: which crop should be planted first, corn or soybean?

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2022-32/battle-belt-which-crop-should-be-planted-first-corn-or-soybean

    YouTube, and Twitter. Video updates will include agronomists (OSU and others), other specialists (e.g., ... Belt’ project is a field research and extension effort to help address the question, what crop should be ... planting date. The plan is to repeat the study in 2024. Extension: on the extension side, we plan on having ...

  3. Upcoming Horticulture Programs: Improve Your Backyard!

    https://warren.osu.edu/news/do-it-yourself-lawn-care

    OSU Extension, Warren County will be providing two new programs this upcoming October and ... 45036 Instructor:  Greg Meyer, OSU Extension, Warren County, Agriculture and Natural Resources Educator ... County Fairgrounds, Event Center, 665 N Broadway, Lebanon, OH 45036 Instructor:  Greg Meyer, OSU ...

  4. Backyard Apple Production

    https://warren.osu.edu/events/backyard-apple-production

    $10 per person and registration can be completed online at  go.osu.edu/warrenappleworkshop. This ... program is co-sponsored by Ohio State University Extension and the Warren County Master Gardener ...

  5. Our Annual Article to Nag about Fall Herbicides and Cressleaf Groundsel

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2022-33/our-annual-article-nag-about-fall-herbicides-and-cressleaf

    cressleaf groundsel in hayfields, or pay the price in May (2020) – complete with link to video, fact sheet, ...

  6. BeKind Service Project

    https://woostercampuslife.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/september-26-oct-2-2022/bekind-service-project

    participate in this great act of kindness.  The meals will be donated with the help of our OSU Extension ... House on the OSU-Columbus campus.  Hundreds of volunteers will gather at the to pack over 100,000 meals ... day, too!  Please RSVP with the link below by October 1.  (If you work/attend OSU you can use your ...

  7. Late-Season Soybeans Can Be Pest Magnets

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2022-29/late-season-soybeans-can-be-pest-magnets

    https://aginsects.osu.edu/news/msu-osu-insect-ipm-guide For defoliating insects like grasshoppers, look for defoliation levels across the entire field of ... https://aginsects.osu.edu/sites/aginsects/files/imce/Stink%20bug%20ID%20card%20ID%205_1_19.pdf Bean leaf beetles pose little threat when feeding on foliage earlier in the season.  Later in the ... bugs, bean leaf beetles, and sometimes grasshoppers when they leave yellowing fields for greener ...

  8. Beginner & Small Farm College

    https://warren.osu.edu/news/beginner-small-farm-college

    go.osu.edu/smallfarmcollegereg or complete the registration form and mail it with a check to the site host for the location you ...

  9. Weather Update: Fall-like Weather with Eyes on the Tropics

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2022-33/weather-update-fall-weather-eyes-tropics

    Summary After summer-like heat through mid-week last week, a strong cold front ushered fall-like weather into the Ohio Valley, bringing the first reports of patchy frost to low-lying valleys Friday morning. Overall, the month of September has been above a ...

  10. Lep Monitoring Update: Final Fall Army Update

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2022-33/lep-monitoring-update-final-fall-army-update

    Fall armyworm trap numbers from September 19 th- 25 th slightly increased over the past week to 6.6 moths per trap (up from 4.6), but overall remain low for the state. Three counties reported an average over 7 moths per trap including Hardin, Paulding and ...

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