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We have Nematodes in our Corn Fields
Editor's note: Abasola Simon is also an author on this article. A total 425 corn fields were surveyed for plant-parasitic nematodes during the 2013 and 2014 growing seasons. In each year, soil samples were collected from 15-16 fields in each of 28 co ...
Temperature Management in On-farm Grain Bins
There are recommended targets for percent grain moisture and grain temperature for winter grain bin storage. Those recommended targets are listed in the following tables (Tables 1. and 2.). Table 1. Recommended grain moisture content for safe storage.* ...
Soybean Pod Shattering
Soybean pod shattering is not completely understood. Through breeding efforts (beginning approximately 5,000 years ago when soybean was first thought to be domesticated), soybean plants have gained pod shattering resistance (Dong et al., 2014). However, ...
Soybean Aphid Prediction for 2015
Two observations on soybean aphids surprised us in 2014. First is that we saw soybean aphids at all. Since 2001-when soybean aphids were first detected in Ohio-we have had aphid outbreaks every other year (i.e. in odd numbered years). But in 2014, soyb ...
C.O.R.N. Newsletter 2005-10
Peter Thomison (Corn Production), Robert Mullen (Soil Fertility), Extension Agents and Associates: Roger ...
Temple Grandin visits beef facility
When visitors to Ohio State ATI’s beef cattle handling facility learn that it was designed by renowned animal behaviorist Temple Grandin, the question that almost inevitably follows is, “Has she ever been to the facility?” Now, at last, the answer is “Yes ...
New partnership with AGCO to boost power equipment program
Ohio State ATI has entered into an agreement with AGCO, a global leader in the design, manufacture and distribution of agricultural equipment, to be an education provider in their AGCO Advantage training and scholarship program, which recruits high schoo ...
About Lindsay Hayward
Why did you choose Ohio State ATI? ATI is very hands on. During your first week of classes you are already in the field experiencing things you would in your career. Why did you like Wooster? It is a small agricultural-based community which reminded me of ...