And Now….There’s No Rain – Reminders About Residual Herbicides
to go uncontrolled. A two POST application strategy may therefore be most effective for season-long ... treatment, to control weeds that will start to emerge at that time. More time than this allows for weeds to ... needed for “activation”, or movement into the soil to reach germinating seeds. Most growers are applying ...
Native Trees: Creating Living Landscapes for Birds, Butterflies, Bees, and Other Beneficials
protective cover and potential nesting sites for birds. Certain plant species offer exceptional cover, due to ... to woodpeckers. Dead, standing birch trees provide nesting sites for woodpeckers, and live birch ... for wet sites, black willow is also adaptable to uplands and is drought resistant. Black willow often ...
Planting Soybean in June: What Agronomic Practices Should I Adopt?
., and Northwest Agricultural Research Station (NWARS), in Custar, Wood Co. for two growing seasons ... June, seeding rate should be between 150,000 to 180,000 seeds/acre. For the second half of June, ... – 200,000 Row spacing For soybean planted in June, the recommendation is to use narrow rows ...
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Battle for the Belt: Episode 12
following the ‘Battle for the Belt’ this growing season to learn more and get further updates! You can find ... measurements in the project. Battle For the Belt Location Updates Planting date four was planted at the ... of rain for the last few weeks. According to USDA reporting systems (May 21), throughout the state ...
Late Spring Dry Spell Underway
will help us monitor the rapidly changing conditions and update the US Drought Monitor for Ohio. Figure ... Memorial Day felt like the typical unofficial start to summer, with highs well into the 80s across ... been up to 2°F below average. Along with this cooler spring, precipitation has been much below average ...
Battle for the Belt: Episode 11
allowing for the first flush of weeds to be controlled before crop emergence and reducing competition with ... soybeans allows for more of the early weeds to emerge, which can make weed control easier throughout the ... rest of the season and reduce the need for a second POST application. Waterhemp and marestail were ...
Bumble Bee Pollination in Tomato Greenhouses
managed bees for the purpose of supplying pollination services to crop systems (Strange, 2015). The two ... March–April, depending on the species. She will forage for nectar and pollen and begin to lay eggs. ... commercial sellers must ensure hives have enough sugar water supplies to last for the duration of their ...
Sidedressing Manure into Corn
growing slowly and the opportunity to use manure as a side-dress nitrogen source for corn has arrived. The ... commercial fertilizer. Using a manure tanker also allows the corn to be taller, providing a wider window for ... application of manure to corn can make excellent use of the available manure nutrients. Liquid manure has ...
Meet Your New Weed Science Extension State Specialist- Dr. Alyssa Essman
in research, teaching, and Extension on a two-year appointment. We are happy to announce that Alyssa ... will be conducting applied research in weed management. Alyssa’s time in weed science dates to April ... 2014 when she worked as an undergraduate student for Dr. Mark Loux’s weed science program. She received ...