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Kudzu bug monitoring update

By Amy Raudenbush, Chris Bruynis, David Dugan, Cindy Meyer, Andy Michel, Kelley Tilmon, Ed Brown, Marcus McCartney, Kevin Fletcher, Ohio State University Extension The kudzu bug is currently being monitored for in nine counties in Ohio including Adams, Athens, Butler, Clermont, Madison, Meigs, Montgomery, Ross and Washington. Traps were set in …

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Late planting corn considerations

By Harold Watters, Ohio State University Extension With some “late” planting some folks are concerned already about whether or not we might be caught by a fall frost before maturity without a change in maturity selection. Not to worry. The corn plant has the ability to adapt to the later …

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Progress with planting, Chinese trade and prices

By Doug Tenney, Leist Mercantile What a difference a year makes! This year producers were unfortunately treated to cool, wet weather for much of April, following an extended winter. Corn and soybean planting progress for Ohio was virtually nil at the end of April. While producers were not pleased with …

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Seed Consultants named Eastern Regional Seed Brand for Corteva Agriscience, Agriculture Division of DowDuPont

Seed Consultants, Inc. will expand its regional presence and become the Eastern Corn Belt regional brand for Corteva Agriscience, Agriculture Division of DowDuPont. As part of the change, some staff from Doebler’s Pennsylvania Hybrids will join Seed Consultants, along with several Eastern Corn Belt experts from Brodbeck and NuTech. The change is …

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