Find answers to harvest questions


According to my internal calendar, fall is about four months down the road yet.
In reality, the fall harvest season is fast approaching.
After a long, cool, wet spring, crops in areas where I have driven through Ohio look remarkably good. Some scattered uneven and spotty fields are reminders of what most crops could have looked like.
With the harvest season comes a unique set of questions about corn for silage, wet corn, dry corn, immature corn, soybeans and alfalfa.
Over the past several years, fact sheets for a wide variety of these questions have been developed and posted on the Web site.
What to find. This set of basic information was developed specifically for Ohio forage situations. Articles include: