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Corn Residue Management - Penn State Extension

23/09/2014  Reports from the field suggest there might be a lot of corn residue left after grain harvest this year. A 200 bu/A corn crop leaves about 5 tons of

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Grazing Corn Residue - Penn State Extension

11/10/2017  However, an often overlooked usage for corn residue is its feeding value – either baled or grazed. Mature, non-lactating, mid-gestation beef cattle require approximately 50% total digestible nutrients (TDN) and 7.1% crude protein (CP). In a spring-calving cow herd, cows will not be lactating and will be in mid-gestation during the winter. Corn stover has a 35-55% TDN

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Potential to Integrate Grazing into ... - Penn State Extension

14/02/2018  Grazing corn residue is widely practiced in the western Corn Belt and east-central Great Plains region, and could be more widely used in Pennsylvania as well. In the Corn Belt, beef cows are usually grazed on rangeland in the summer and then after harvest are transported by truck to the cropland where they are grazed for a fee. The animals may not belong to the

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Plant pathologists at Penn State head investigation into ...

04/10/2021  UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Plant pathologists in Penn State’s College of Agricultural Sciences are keeping a watchful eye on a corn disease new to Pennsylvania that has the potential to cause significant yield loss and reduce grain quality.. The threat — tar spot — is a fungal leaf disease that traditionally has been a problem in Mexico and Central America,

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Five Tips For Managing Corn Residue At Harvest

01/10/2014  1. Raise the corn header. One way to manage residue is to limit it. Penn State University Extension recommends raising the corn header to avoid taking in too much residue. However, stalks shouldn’t be so tall that they can get stuck in the planter or drill during planting.

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Plant pathologists at Penn State head investigation into ...

04/10/2021  UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Plant pathologists in Penn State’s College of Agricultural Sciences are keeping a watchful eye on a corn disease new to Pennsylvania that has the potential to cause significant yield loss and reduce grain quality.. The threat — tar spot — is a fungal leaf disease that traditionally has been a problem in Mexico and Central America,

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Researchers study corn stalk residue in harvested fields ...

17/11/2017  Penn State agronomist Dr. Greg Roth, Extension forage specialist Dr. Jessica Williamson, and beef specialist Dr. Tara Felix held an update on Nov. 9, highlighting forage production interseeded with grain corn. In her discussion of grazing corn stalks, Felix first pointed to the economics, “They are cheap and available.” Referencing Jeff McCutcheon, Ohio State

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5 ways to ensure success when grazing cattle on corn residue

13/12/2018  Penn State Extension says spring-calving cows and dry cows should maintain body weight or even gain weight by grazing corn residue. First-calf heifers, though, will need additional supplementation — 3.5 pounds of whole soybeans, 4.5 pounds dry brewers grains or 3.5 pounds dried distillers grains per head per day.

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'Planting green' cover-crop ... - Penn State University

01/07/2019  Lead researcher Heidi Reed, a doctoral degree student in agronomy when the research was conducted, who is now an educator with Penn State Extension, inspects a corn field that was part of the study. Corn on the left side of the photo was planted green; the right side was a "control" treatment, with the cover crop killed 14 days prior to corn planting.

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August 2015 – Lebanon Crop Management

Lebanon Crop Management. Month: August 2015 Corn Leaf Aphid Explodes near Lebanon Pa. Del Voight- Penn State Extension. I received a few calls pertaining to the corn leaf aphid. In these fields the population explosion appeared to be in fields treated with an insecticide at tassel likely eliminating predators which typically keep the population in check. Since pollination is

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Reducing reliance on herbicides ... - Penn State University

Some of their experiments involved using a high-residue, inter-row cultivator for weed control. Credit: Penn State / Penn State. Creative Commons. Expand. August 07, 2017. By Amy Duke. UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — For farmers, weed management is an ongoing battle, especially as the number of herbicide-resistant weeds seems to grow each year. And when weeds invade

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AGRONONYO M TESAGRONONYO M TES

on corn residue after harvest, with the idea that extra N will facilitate rapid microbial activity and decomposition of the corn residue. Remember that the most important factor for residue decomposition is temperature and not the amount of available N, so applying more N isn’t necessarily the best way to avoid N immobilization and ensure that the plants will have the N

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FORA02 Grazing Corn Residue - Kansas State University

Kansas State University Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service GRAZING CORN RESIDUE INTRODUCTION Kansas has an abundance of crop residue available for grazing in late fall and winter. However, the location of fields in relation to cattle, the lack of shelter or appropriate fencing, and water availability often prevent graz-ing of many

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Be On Lookout for Tar Spot: A New Disease of Corn ...

02/07/2021  For the 2021 corn crop, be on the lookout for this disease in your corn fields, especially if you have any corn hybrid trials planted in your field. If you suspect you found this disease, please contact Andrew Kness (410-638-3255, [email protected]) and we will work with you to confirm identification. This article appears on July 2021, Volume 12 ...

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Researchers study corn stalk residue in harvested fields ...

17/11/2017  Penn State agronomist Dr. Greg Roth, Extension forage specialist Dr. Jessica Williamson, and beef specialist Dr. Tara Felix held an update on Nov. 9, highlighting forage production interseeded with grain corn. In her discussion of

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5 ways to ensure success when grazing cattle on corn residue

13/12/2018  Penn State Extension says spring-calving cows and dry cows should maintain body weight or even gain weight by grazing corn residue. First-calf heifers, though, will need additional supplementation — 3.5 pounds of whole soybeans, 4.5 pounds dry brewers grains or 3.5 pounds dried distillers grains per head per day.

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Residue Management in a Field of Lodged Corn

Residue Management in a Field of Lodged Corn . Nearly every year, adverse weather and crop conditions result in lodged corn in some fields. Lodging may be caused by a windstorm, stalk rot or other disease, rootworm activity, or some combination of these. The damage varies considerably depending on the severity of lodging. Lodging not only impacts the yield potential

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Corn, Sorghum and Millet Group — Penn State College of ...

Extension Overview; As part of a top research institution, Penn State Extension delivers science-based information to citizens. We provide face-to-face and online education to our customers—when, where, and how they want it—to address problems and advance opportunities.

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August 2015 – Lebanon Crop Management

Lebanon Crop Management. Month: August 2015 Corn Leaf Aphid Explodes near Lebanon Pa. Del Voight- Penn State Extension. I received a few calls pertaining to the corn leaf aphid. In these fields the population explosion appeared to be in fields treated with an insecticide at tassel likely eliminating predators which typically keep the population in check. Since pollination is

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Residue Management - No-Till Farmer

29/07/2017  Source: Penn State University Extension While slugs are fresh in our minds it may be beneficial to discuss some longer-term slug-management options that might help decrease future slug challenges, say experts at Penn State University Extension.

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AGRONONYO M TESAGRONONYO M TES

on corn residue after harvest, with the idea that extra N will facilitate rapid microbial activity and decomposition of the corn residue. Remember that the most important factor for residue decomposition is temperature and not the amount of available N, so applying more N isn’t necessarily the best way to avoid N immobilization and ensure that the plants will have the N

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Be On Lookout for Tar Spot: A New Disease of Corn ...

02/07/2021  For the 2021 corn crop, be on the lookout for this disease in your corn fields, especially if you have any corn hybrid trials planted in your field. If you suspect you found this disease, please contact Andrew Kness (410-638-3255, [email protected]) and we will work with you to confirm identification. This article appears on July 2021, Volume 12 ...

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Introducing PSU Extension, Franklin County Newest Educator ...

13/09/2021  Prior to joining Penn State Extension, Karly completed a Ph.D. degree in the Department of Entomology at Penn State. Her research sought to identify soil health practices, such as cover crops or reducing tillage, that could support beneficial arthropods and improve pest management in organic field crop rotations without compromising weed management or crop

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Karly Regan is joins PSU Extension as Franklin County ...

17/10/2021  At Cornell, she worked to improve management of onion thrips through on-farm research trials in collaboration with New York onion producers. In addition to onions, she has also assisted with projects studying insect management in leeks and scallions, potatoes, snap beans, and sweet corn. As an Extension educator, Regan will conduct research at Penn State’s

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