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Checking for harvest loss is vital in 2016

Combines are beginning to roll in full force across Ohio and Brodbeck Seeds agronomist Terry Jones says if there was any year to do a harvest loss check, this would be the one. The Ohio Ag Net’s Ty Higgins has more.

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Better quality than quantity for Ohio silage

According to USDA/NASS, almost half of the corn planted for silage in Ohio has been harvested. DuPont Pioneer Account Manager Doug House says although the tonnage may not be there this season, the quality certainly is. Ty Higgins has more in this week’s DuPont Pioneer Field Report.

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Downed corn will make for some long days at harvest

Yes the corn crop in Ohio did need some rain this summer, but when it did come around for DuPont Pioneer Account Manager Bradley Ott’s territory in Southwest Ohio, it was too much too late. He and the Ohio Ag Net’s Ty Higgins visit about downed corn due to high winds and diplodia due to [...]

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Pre-harvest management tips

Harvest is just around the corner for farmers in the Midwest. Before growers start to break out their combines, Syngenta product development agronomist Eric Anderson has a few pre-harvest management tips to keep in mind. The Ohio Ag Net’s Ty Higgins has more.

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North Central Ohio rains could double soybean yields

For DuPont Pioneer Account Manager Derek Hunker’s territory of Seneca, Crawford and Wyandot Counties, the summer was not friendly to corn and soybean fields. The corn, probably 2 to 3 weeks from harvest, has suffered pollination issues and tip back, but the soybean crop that was once struggling could have benefited from yield doubling rains [...]

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A time to be checking fields for drought, rain results

The recent rains across the state have brought a visual comfort to many farmers, seeing the good the rain has done through green pastures, lawns, and outstretched leaves. DuPont Pioneer account manager Kevin Forrest says though the rain was much needed, it may have come too late for many places. His territory covers Logan, Champaign, [...]

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Recent rains a big boost for some Ohio corn and soybean fields

With the recent rains encompassing a good part of Ohio, many of the crops had some stress taken off that drought conditions have caused over the past 6 weeks and longer. DuPont Pioneer Account Manager Micah Herron visits with the Ohio Ag Net’s Ty Higgins about how the crops will respond to the newfound moisture [...]

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Drought conditions in Ohio bring more issues than just dry soils

After a wet spring in Ohio, farmers were prepared for some drought conditions this summer. Few farmers thought those conditions would hang on as long as they have. Although dry soils are the #1 issue of a drought, many other problems come along with a lack of rain, as Account Manager David Miller tells The [...]

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Recent Ohio weather conducive for Frogeye in soybeans

The conditions of fog in the morning and pop up storms in the afternoon and evening that have been seen in Ohio over the past 2 weeks will have farmers scouting for Frogeye in their soybean fields. The Ohio Ag Net’s Ty Higgins get more helpful info on diseases and pests in this year’s crops [...]

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Ohio’s corn crop facing heat pollination challenges

Heat is one of the necessary components of a successful corn crop, but too much heat can be detrimental. For this week’s DuPont Pioneer Field Report, Account Manager Lisa Worl shares with the Ohio Ag Net’s Ty Higgins what to watch for if corn fields were going though pollination and the recent heat wave a [...]

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