Insect Control in Lawns
May 24, 2024

Video: Insect Control in Lawns

Farm Basics from Ag PhD Episode #1362 | Air Date 5/12/24 - Learn how to control insects in your lawn and around your home.
 

Insect Control in Lawns

Insect Control in Lawns

Farm Basics from Ag PhD Episode #1362 | Air Date 5/12/24 - Learn how to control insects in your lawn and around your home.... More
150 Years of Discovery | Ontario Agricultural College

150 Years of Discovery | Ontario Agricultural College

From embracing new ideas and fostering innovation to finding a sense of self and community, the Ontario Agricultural College (OAC) has shaped lives and fueled exploration in research, education, and beyond.... More
Follow the Farmers - Potatoes

Follow the Farmers - Potatoes

We are taking students out to southern Manitoba to Hespler Farms! Farmer Wayne will teach students how he plants and cares for his potato crop and why potatoes are such a unique crop to grow! This livestream was made with support from our partners Peak of the Market and Penner Farm Services.... More
EVENT PREVIEW: You Can Help Reimagine Plant Breeding at the 2024 NAPB Meeting

EVENT PREVIEW: You Can Help Reimagine Plant Breeding at the 2024 NAPB Meeting

Martin Bohn can’t wait to welcome people to the 2024 meeting of the National Association of Plant Breeders meeting being held in St. Louis, Miss., July 21-25. This year’s meeting, hosted by Bayer Crop Science and the University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign, promises to be one of the NAPB’s most ... More
Soybeans and corn started Thursday higher | Opening Market Minute

Soybeans and corn started Thursday higher | Opening Market Minute

Brownfield Commodity Market Reporter John Perkins has your look at the higher starts for soybeans and corn and the mixed openings in wheat, cattle, and hogs.... More
How Much Does a Cow Actually Eat?

How Much Does a Cow Actually Eat?

OSU Extension beef cattle specialist, has information on OSU research that can assist with determining exactly how much a beef cow will eat.... More
Improving Crop Insurance Coverage With Farm Data

Improving Crop Insurance Coverage With Farm Data

Soybean producers are leveraging existing farm data to enhance the precision of their crop insurance coverage.... More

Market Monitor

Market Monitor

OSU Extension grain marketing specialist, says wheat producers should strongly consider staggering their wheat in the market when selling.... More
Ask A Farmer Podcast: What is Vertical Farming?

Ask A Farmer Podcast: What is Vertical Farming?

One of the biggest risks in producing food is the weather. Uncertain around rain, heat, frost, wind and other weather-related disasters results in a lot of sleepless nights for farmers and ranchers in this country. But what if we take the largest risk out of the equation? Vertical farming has be... More
Solar Storm and Tornadoes Slow Down Farmers

Solar Storm and Tornadoes Slow Down Farmers

There has been a lot in the news lately about Nebraska and the weather: everything from floods to tornadoes! thankfully, we are all okay and so is Pepper! (oh and our buildings and equipment.) Many Nebraskans lost their homes. Then, a few days later, we experienced solar storms that cut out our ... More
Frito Lay White Corn Getting Planted!! East Central IL Planting

Frito Lay White Corn Getting Planted!! East Central IL Planting

Another day, another soybean planted. In east central illinois, we are planting hard but lots of rain keeps moving in. My name is Michael Wendling. I am a 6th generation farmer in East Central Illinois. We grow white & yellow corn for Frito Lay, and we also grow soybeans. The family farm ... More
JOHN DEERE 8760 Tractor Seeding Soybeans

JOHN DEERE 8760 Tractor Seeding Soybeans

Big Tractor Power is out in the field with a 300 hp JOHN DEERE 8760 tractor working seeding soybeans with a 30ft wide JOHN DEERE 1990 CCS air drill and 32ft Krause packer. Viewers will follow this seeding eam in the field as well as learning about the 8760's production history, specifications ... More
Should You Trade Your Farming Equipment?

Should You Trade Your Farming Equipment?

Farming equipment is changing quickly, especially as technology is increasingly being added to improve the equipment's productivity.... More
Corn Seedling Diseases

Corn Seedling Diseases

With the recent moisture some corn fields might be at risk for seedling disease.... More
Animal Disease Traceability Changes

Animal Disease Traceability Changes

Rosslyn Biggs, OSU Extension beef cattle specialist, discusses updates to the USDA’s Animal Disease Traceability program.... More
Nikian Virtual Field Day

Nikian Virtual Field Day

For 10 seasons, Niki Clark and Ian Curry have been cultivating paddy rice at NIKIAN Farm in Granville Beach, Nova Scotia. A highly adaptable and resilient crop, paddy rice is well suited for small acreages and gardens, and represents a healthful and ecological solution to community and family f... More
Seeding in 60s

Seeding in 60s

Just a couple quick shots from the field this wedk folks! Stay safe out there!... More
CropTalk - May 8

CropTalk - May 8

Topics covered today: Water Quality and Spraying, What you Need to Know Crop Scouting Panel... More
The Unwanted Rodeo!

The Unwanted Rodeo!

Struggle to get cow into the yard! Cow will not except her calf! Tagging calves! #farmlife #cows... More
Seeding for the neighbour

Seeding for the neighbour

Seeding for the neighbour | | Millionaire Farmer... More
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