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  1. Cover Crop Recipes for New Users

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2020-04/cover-crop-recipes-new-users

    Educator Sarah Noggle led the recipe development along with Jim Hoorman, Hoorman Soil Health Services. ... soil organic matter, cover crops can take up excess nitrate left after a cash crop, reducing nitrogen ... Conservation District employees about what’s working locally can also help set new cover crop users up for ...

  2. CTC 2019 Archive

    https://fabe.osu.edu/CTCon/ctc-2019-archive

    Recommendations     2019 CTTC Cover Crops, No-till, & Soil Health     2019 CTTC Identity Preserved Crops ...     2019 CTTC Soil Balancing     2019 CTTC Cover Crops: Issues and Benefits     2019 Conservation Tillage ...

  3. Broadcasting Red Clover into Wheat

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2020-07/broadcasting-red-clover-wheat

    applications.  A Penn State Extension publication on management of red clover as a cover crop includes the ... https://extension.psu.edu/management-of-red-clover-as-a-cover-crop https://www.hayandforage.com/article-1193-Thinking-of-feeding-seed-Think-again.html Red clover; ... conditions in the soil that create good seed to soil contact.  The option left is to broadcast clover seed ...

  4. Full Bracket

    https://agnr.osu.edu/events/agriculture-and-natural-resources-madness/full-bracket

    #3 (April 6-10) Forestry Horticulture Cover Crops Hemp Ohio AgrAbility       WEEK #1 March 24-27 ... Farm Law 101: Leasing and Financing Agreements Farm Management Webinar Series Replay with Live Q&A ... Planning: What are the Tools And Options Farm Management Webinar Series Replay with Live Q&A with Peggy ...

  5. Faculty Reflection: Celebrating achievements that rely on people working together

    https://senr.osu.edu/news/faculty-reflection-celebrating-achievements-rely-people-working-together

    a Monday Morning Message about the National Collegiate Soil Judging Contest, an inter-collegiate activity ... activities. Being the Ohio State soil judging coach and traveling with our student teams has been a highlight ... all destined to be separated for a time, I wanted to celebrate achievements that rely on people ...

  6. 2019 Challenges Linger

    https://soilhealth.osu.edu/news/2019-challenges-linger

    farmers took advantage of cost sharing government programs and planted cover crops on the idle soil ... as oats or radish, then the 2020 grain crop could be no-till planted into any remaining cover crop ... keep soil covered, if a crop is not planted, then weeds will invade.  During the summer and fall of ...

  7. Challenging Conditions Remain into April

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2020-07/challenging-conditions-remain-april

    Rainfall will start April below normal about half of normal. That is some good news  as the end of March ... uncommon into very early May. All indications remain that about a normal last frost and freeze can be ... be found at:  https://www.cpc.ncep.noaa.gov The lastest river and soil information can be found at:  ...

  8. Soil Arsenic

    https://dirt.osu.edu/node/59

    soil may or may not pose a risk to human health. When soil As concentrations and exposure are ... sufficient to pose a health risk, the soil is  polluted. Potential health risks of soil arsenic exposure ... bladder, and lungs. Other health impacts which may be related to chronic arsenic exposure include ...

  9. 2019 Challenges Linger

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2020-05/2019-challenges-linger

    farmers took advantage of cost sharing government programs and planted cover crops on the idle soil ... as oats or radish, then the 2020 grain crop could be no-till planted into any remaining cover crop ... keep soil covered, if a crop is not planted, then weeds will invade.  During the summer and fall of ...

  10. How and why to keep phosphorus on no-till fields

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/news/articles/how-and-why-keep-phosphorus-no-till-fields

    to soil particles such as clay. In its soluble form, phosphorus can be consumed by algae, which ... crops also can help because cover crops take in rainwater and keep some of it from running off a field, ... health of the soil, said Steve Culman, a soil fertility specialist with CFAES. “We’re trying to build ...

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