OMAFRA Field Crop Report – August 27, 2020

Figure 1: Root injury from corn rootworm larval feeding. Jocelyn Smith, UGRC.

OMAFRA Field Crop Report – August 20, 2020

Figure 3. Water infiltrates quickly and preferentially through continuous macropores created by daikon radish and oat cover crop roots.

OMAFRA Field Crop Report – August 13, 2020

Figure 2 – Tar spot produces raised, black lesions (stroma) on leaves and husks.

OMAFRA Field Crop Report – August 6, 2020

Crop Report – July 30, 2020

OMAFRA Field Crop Report – July 23, 2020

Figure 1: Dairy Manure being applied to a cover crop in late summer

OMAFRA Field Crop Report – July 16, 2020

Figure 1. Black beans at early pin pod growth stage.

OMAFRA Field Crop Report – July 9, 2020

Figure 2.  Delayed manure application on harvested forage stands can cause significant injury and yield loss.

OMAFRA Field Crop Report – July 2, 2020

OMAFRA Field Crop Report – June 25, 2020

Figure 1. Young true armyworm larvae in wheat head. Larvae are in a range of sizes in many fields. Photo credit: Samuel Adams, OMAFRA summer student.

OMAFRA Field Crop Report – June 18, 2020

Picture #2.  Soybeans seeded at a depth of 1.5 inch had better emergence than soybeans planted deeper.

OMAFRA Field Crop Report – June 11, 2020

Figure 1. Kidney bean with swollen hypocotyl struggling to emerge through crusted soils.

OMAFRA Field Crop Report – June 4, 2020

Figure 1. Corn stand with some gaps where seeds have failed to emerge. Final population in this field is still very acceptable to keep.

OMAFRA Field Crop Report – Week of May 25th, 2020

Image 1: uneven soybean emergence through heavy corn residue. Photo: Christine Brown, OMAFRA

OMAFRA Field Crop Report – Week of May 18th, 2020

Weather Table May 11 – 17, 2020
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