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Prospects good for corn recovery

Thursday, May 30, 2002

Young corn seedlings can be severely damaged above ground and still survive with little or no effect on yield.

Soggy fields foster wheat disease

Thursday, May 30, 2002

Excessive wet weather throughout Ohio the past several weeks may cause problems with the state’s wheat crop.

Is it time to switch to beans?

Thursday, May 30, 2002

If you’re in an area that received too much rain to get your fields planted, it may be time to trade in the corn seed for soybeans.

Libraries sponsor walking tour of historical cemetary

Thursday, May 30, 2002

Participants will visit several of the area’s historical sites.

U.S. Supreme Court: American Farm Bureau challenges plowing decision

Thursday, May 30, 2002

A California orchard and vineyard has been prohibited from planting additional vineyards on its private farmland due to interpretations of federal wetlands regulations and of allowances for normal farming activities.

Skies above Coshocton will fill with bright colors

Thursday, May 30, 2002

Hot air balloon festival features over 30 professional hot air balloon pilots from around Ohio and surrounding states.

Switching to soybeans? Be aware of herbicide rotation restrictions

Thursday, May 30, 2002

Producers switching from corn to soybeans in fields where corn herbicides have been applied should be aware of corn herbicide rotation restrictions.

Arguable nontrade concerns: International debate, U.S. policy

Thursday, May 30, 2002

Nontrade concerns – environmental protection, rural development and food security – are some of the most argumentative topics on the table during World Trade Organization negotiations.

Horse rescuer faces questions about selling animals to meat buyers

Thursday, May 30, 2002

A Cleveland television station report has uncovered allegations that a horse rescue operation may actually be selling the unwanted horses for horse meat at a local auction.

Butterflies love living on the edge

Thursday, May 30, 2002

Butterflies thrive along the edges of forest logging roads or within power line rights-of-way.

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