LEP Monitoring Network Update #5 – Trap Counts for BCW, AMW, and ECB (IA & NY)
: https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2020-18/true-armyworm-infestations From May 29 th to June 4 th, 11 counties across Ohio were monitored for AMW, with 31 total wing ... and no ECB variants have been reported county-wide May 29 th – June 4 th. Overall, nine counties ... trap was Muskingum County, with 6 moths in one trap. Black Cutworm Moth Map May 29 – June 4, 2023 ...
ANR Monthly Newsletter
sign up for the newsletter, please email Pressley at firstname.lastname@example.org May 2023 ... Each month ANR realeases a newsletter sent to the emails of those signed up. If you would like to ...
Dry Weather Impacts on Corn and Soybean Establishment and Wheat Grain Fill
Agricultural Research Stations reported 58-70% less precipitation in May than normal (Figure 1). Dry weather is ... early corn and soybean growth and wheat grain fill? Corn As of May 28, 89 percent of Ohio corn was ... Soybean Soybean planting also made significant progress in progress the last week of May, with 87 percent ...
Meet Your New Weed Science Extension State Specialist- Dr. Alyssa Essman
If you are a faithful r eader of the CORN newsletter, you’re likely familiar with the name Dr. ... 2014 when she worked as an undergraduate student for Dr. Mark Loux’s weed science program. She received ... accomplishment, and we are excited to have you as a permanent AgCrops Team member! ...
May 2023 Highlights
graduation newsletter that gave the graduates a chance to share some of their favorite memories as well as ... promotion to Associate Professor with Tenure. This action was officially taken at the May 2023 meeting of ... “ American Food Will Never Look Natural Again.” FST graduate student Charles Bashiru Bakin’s research was ...
Battle for the Belt: Episode 13
System, https://weather.cfaes.osu.edu/) Location 2-inch soil temperature (May 29-June 4) Air Temperature ... (May 29-June 4) Planting date GDDs (Cumulative) Wooster, Wayne County Max: 71 ° F Mean: 67 ° F Minimum: ... = early to mid-May; 4) Late = late May-first week of June; and 5) Very late = mid to late June ...
SENR Announcements, May 22
was held on the Kottman Hall patio on May 5. Staff from the Academic Team (shown above) hosted the ... celebration. Photo by Jessica Caton Diefenbach. A couple of individuals on the team, including Katy Scott and ... website gallery. Congratulations to our faculty who were granted promotion and/or tenure at the May 17, 2023 ...
An Ode to Spring Semester 2023
Wow can’t believe it's already June- time sure flies when you're having fun! This spring ... received the 2023 Ohio Soybean Council Scholarship Tyler Vanlandingham received the Bill Rose Foundation ... CFAES Distinguished Interdisciplinary Team Research Award The Agronomic Crops Team received the CFAES ...
Planting Soybean in June: What Agronomic Practices Should I Adopt?
in June tend to be smaller and have fewer nodes and pods than soybean planted in April or May ... According to USDA-NASS, 66% of soybean acreage was planted in the USA by May 21, 2023. In Ohio, ... the end of May due to dry planting conditions. However, planting will continue into June, and farmers ...
Battle for the Belt: Episode 12
Figure 1. Soybean planting date four at the Northwest Research Station on May 25, 2023. In Episode 12, we ... of rain for the last few weeks. According to USDA reporting systems (May 21), throughout the state ... Figure 2. Soybeans planted on May 11 (third planting date) at VE/VC stage. Although there was a two-week ...