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  1. Crop Rotation

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/node/4384

    for sustained yield of all three crops. Crop rotation is the most effective method to reduce pathogen ... host plant for pathogens to die out before that crop is planted again. Wheat should never follow wheat ... Plant wheat following soybeans. A three-year rotation of corn-soybean-wheat appears to be optimum ...

  2. Planting Date

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/node/4386

    less winter hardy and more susceptible to spring heaving.  Figure 6-1. Hessian fly-safe dates for ... Avoid planting wheat prior to the  fly-safe date  because of the possibility of early ... 6-1). The best time for seeding is a 10-day period starting the day after the fly-safe date. Long-term ...

  3. Weed Control

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/node/4393

    uniform stand establishment and when loss of stand due to winter injury is minimal. Effective weed control ... Some wheat fields can benefit greatly from herbicide application, and failure to scout fields and take ... early spring to minimize interference with wheat growth.  Wild garlic, which contaminates harvested ...

  4. Seeding Practices

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    not plant weak-strawed varieties prone to lodging. Calibrate the drill each year for each variety and ... 1.5-inches deep. Row width should be 6 to 8 inches. Planting by bushels per acre is very inaccurate due to ... variability in seed size from year to year and from one variety to another. Low seeding rates result in ...

  5. Land Selection and Preparation

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/node/4385

    fields to be planted to wheat in the fall. This will permit planting of wheat at the optimum time for ... Wheat grows well in a range of soil types; however, well-drained soils with medium to fine texture ... important. Plan the crop-rotation sequence far enough in advance to plant early-maturing soybean varieties in ...

  6. High-Quality Seed and Seed Treatment

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    Purchase only high-quality seed that has been thoroughly cleaned to remove shriveled kernels and ... fungicide to control seed-borne diseases such as loose smut, common bunt, Fusarium scab, and Stagonospora ... wheat seeds with more than 30 to 40 percent scabby kernels. However, if you do have to plant scabby ...

  7. Small Grain Production

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/node/4398

    inputs to small grain production systems are discussed here.  ...

  8. Giant Ragweed Still Looms Large

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2022-41/giant-ragweed-still-looms-large

    resistance to both group 2 and 9 herbicides. Resistance to these herbicides decreases control options for ... post application. Full rates of chlorimuron or cloransulam (group 2) containing products tend to be ... through the top 45-50 soybean producing counties. Visual ratings are given for ten weed species in each ...

  9. Soybean Production

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/node/4397

    Other inputs to the system must not limit energy fixation or slow the process. Following is a discussion ...

  10. Production of Other Small Grain Species

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    Fertilizer recommendations for the other small grain species are provided in Tables 6-12 through ... Crops.  Table 6-12: Recommended Nitrogen for Small Grains (Pounds Nitrogen Per Acre).    Crop  Yield Goal ... for Small Grains.    Crop  Yield Goal (bu/ac)   Barley, Spelt  50 70 90   Oats  100 130 160   Rye  30 ...

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