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How much N has been lost this year?
Rain. Rain. Rain. With excessive rain, chances are good most fields across this state have lost more N than in a typical year. But how much have they lost? Everything applied? Is all of the N fertilizer gone? Although it’s difficult to estimate, it’s ver ...
Concerns for N Loss in Corn from Recent Storms
Some parts of Ohio have recently experienced heavy rains, especially the northern part. Producers in these areas may have concerns about nitrogen loss in corn fields. Nitrogen losses occur by two main pathways: denitrification (gaseous loss of N) and leac ...
Highlights from the OSU Agribusiness Club’s End of Year Trip to St. Louis, Missouri
2016 OARDC Agronomy Workshop: Feb. 15th- Field Crops Management 201
8:30 Check-in, coffee & donuts 9:00 How to Use and Interpret Statistics- Drs. Steve Culman & Pierce Paul 10:00 Wheat and Corn Pathology- Dr. Pierce Paul 10:30 Break 10:45 Troubleshooting Corn Ear Abnormalities- Dr. Peter Thomison 11:15 Corn Root W ...
Is It Too Early to Apply N to Wheat?- Yes
Each year producers ask the question when is the best time to apply N to wheat? Also, is it ok to apply N on frozen ground? For any N application the question to ask is, “When does the crop need N?” Wheat does not require large amounts of N until stem elo ...
C.O.R.N. Newsletter 2011-37
(http://corn.osu.edu/newsletters/2011/2011-29/stink-bugs-on-soybean), a true stink bug. This bug has ravaged soybeans in the Mid-Atlantic States and has already been ... hybrid table on our agronomic crops insects website (http://entomology.osu.edu/ag/). The table, ...
More on Transgenic Traits and Hybrid Performance
There were 17 different sets of transgenic traits evaluated in 2015 Ohio Corn Performance Test (OCPT) representing 22 technology products that are currently being marketed by seed companies. As the type and number of transgenic traits increases each year, ...
BEST MANAGEMENT PRACTICES TO KEEP PHOSPHORUS ON THE FIELD
Looking at current Ohio field research and the literature available on the topic of minimizing losses of phosphorus at the edge of the field the following recommendations are a starting point to maximizing productivity while minimizing environmental impac ...