Herbicide Planning and Technology Tips with Mark Loux on Ohio Field Leader

Drought and Herbicide Carryover

Applying a postemergence herbicide late in the summer, even with a short half-life may cause problems.

Virtual Ohio No-Till Field Day Panel Discussion (Part 3 of 3)

“For cover crops to work for a farmer, it is going to need to be nimble and easy to use. Everyone needs to find what works for their operation.” – Fred Yoder

Virtual Ohio No-Till Field Day Panel Discussion (Part 2 of 3)

“Our biggest challenge has been due to our corn-soybean rotation, there is not a lot of time in the fall to get a cover crop established after harvest.” – Martha Winters

Virtual Ohio No-Till Field Day Panel Discussion (Part 1 of 3)

No-till is a management tool. No-till takes patience, management and perseverance. – Fred Yoder

Preharvest Herbicide Treatments

Preharvest herbicide treatments are primarily intended to suppress/kill and dessicate weeds that can make harvest more difficult.

Sowing Cover Crops

Late summer and early fall (August 1-Mid-September) is a great time to sow cover crops. 

Ohio Field Leader Soybean Stink Bug Identification

Are Stink Bugs in your Soybeans

There are many types of stink bugs, but Ohio’s most common stink bugs include the green, the brown and the brown marmorated.

How to Identify Late Season Soybean Diseases

The nights have been cool this growing season, even when the days were very warm. This is the time of the year to begin to scouting for disease. – Dr. Anne Dorrance

Field Leader Offers Tips for Managing Tough Ohio Pests Including Mexican Bean Beetles

Promoting Beneficial Insects

There are three major ways to fight harmful insects: chemical insecticides, good plant nutrition from soil health, and by promoting insect predators.

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