Wednesday, July 8, 2020
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Summer annuals can be great crops to grow during the summer slump. With relatively low input costs, they can have a very high return on investment.

Cressleaf groundsel has been more noticeable in Ohio the past couple of springs with the cold, wet weather and very little field work being done.

Learn how multiflora rose was introduced in the United States and how you can control it in your pastures.

Managing weeds in seedling alfalfa can significantly reduce those stand losses and preserve the quantity and quality of the first and subsequent cuttings.

Now is the time to start planning how to make the most out of our grass crop in our pastures.

Zach Wallace offers a brief overview of selecting a feeding area for animals wintered on pasture to help farmers who are already dealing with mud.

Foxtail and grass awns can cause some significant medical problems for grazing livestock, horses and companion animals. Learn to recognize the signs.

Having your forages analyzed is the only way to determine if hay will meet an animal's nutrient requirements during the winter.

Learn to understand how yellow nutsedge reproduces and thrives to better manage it in your forage crop fields and pastures.

Controlling where the cattle roam may get a lot easier. Researchers with Ohio State University CFAES will test a virtual fence for livestock this summer.
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