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Rain Just in Time for Ohio Crops

After pushing Ohio’s corn and soybean fields along at an abrupt pace early on, Mother Nature has been a no show for moisture for some parts of the state. As Field Agronomist Troy Putnam tells Ty Higgins, this round of rain will do wonders for the mid-season.

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High Oleic Soybeans Making Big Splash in Oil Market

High oleic soybean oil is making a bigger splash in a familiar market in response to the FDA’s recently enacted ban on partially hydrogenated oil. Compared to commodity soybean oil, high oleic soybean oil offers an increased stability for end users, including food manufacturers and restaurants. High oleic soybean oil …

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Conditions Prime for Frogeye Leaf Spot Emergence

To date this season, some Ohio farmers have experienced 200 to 300 percent more rainfall than normal. This amount of moisture, paired with above average temperatures, has created prime conditions for disease development. In particular, frogeye leaf spot. Farmers should be thinking preventative versus reactively when it comes to protecting …

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