It is that time of year again when everyone starts talking about fertilizer and whether or not they should pull the trigger for 2017. Here is a current market update.
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While out scouting non-GMO corn today, I have found a fair amount of evidence of Corn Borer larve feeding and egg sack masses. If you have non BT treated corn, I would encourage you to do some scouting for this pest. If you have questions on what to look for or on treatment options, contact […]
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When do diseases occur? Corn diseases such as Gray Leaf Spot and Northern Corn Leaf Blight will began to appear late in the season. Diseases will occur when a pathogen comes in to contact with the right host crop under favorable environmental conditions. The pathogen, host, and environmental conditions make up the disease triangle; all […]
With the mild winter that Ohio experienced, I think everyone was concerned with how much insect pressure we would have for the 2016 growing season. In my recent field scouting, I have seen an influx of Japanese beetle, bean leaf beetle, stink bugs, and grasshoppers feeding on soybeans. It is important to be out scouting […]