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  1. Cover Crops (NRCS 340)

    https://agbmps.osu.edu/bmp/cover-crops-nrcs-340

    soil water content on individual days during the cash crop growing season; increased field capacity ... water content by 10–11 percent and plant available water by 21–22 percent; and did not reduce yields as ... 2014). Another study simulated the adoption of cereal rye as a winter cover crop at 41 sites across the ...

  2. Filter Strips/Grassed Riparian Buffers (NRCS 393 & 390)

    https://agbmps.osu.edu/bmp/filter-stripsgrassed-riparian-buffers-nrcs-393-390

    (Liu et al., 2014). Considerations Once constructed, they are relatively self-sustaining. Periodic ... pollution in subsurface flow, especially during a high flow period (Liu et al., 2014). A wood chip ... suggestions for website content on this practice. ...

  3. Riparian Forest Buffers (NRCS 391)

    https://agbmps.osu.edu/bmp/riparian-forest-buffers-nrcs-391

    water table period, but it drops to 50 percent during a high water table period (Liu et al., 2014 ... significantly during high-flow periods in the Midwest region of the United States (Liu et al., 2014). On an ... suggestions for website content on this practice. ...

  4. Winter Malting Barley Management Results Available

    https://stepupsoy.osu.edu/news/winter-malting-barley-management-results-available

    ranged from 100-119 lb N/acre depending on the location (Figure 1). However, protein content of the grain ... industry, grain protein should be 9.5-12.5% on a dry weight basis. Grain protein content increased with ... average grain protein content exceeded 12.5% when 80 lb N/acre was applied. Summary of Seeding Rate ...

  5. Delayed Wheat Planting

    https://stepupsoy.osu.edu/news/delayed-wheat-planting

    Agronomy Guide. (A free pdf of the guide is available here: ...

  6. Soil test P levels between 50 PPM and 150 PPM (or P Risk Index of Medium to High)

    https://agbmps.osu.edu/scenario/soil-test-p-levels-between-50-ppm-and-150-ppm-or-p-risk-index-medium-high

    application timing to use manure-nutrient content to replace purchased fertilizer, limited land base, or ... nutrients applied based on N needs of next crop or P needs of rotation based on manure nutrient content ... applied based on N needs of next crop or P needs of rotation based on manure nutrient content whichever is ...

  7. Nitrogen Recommendations When Organic N is Used

    https://agbmps.osu.edu/bmp/nitrogen-recommendations-when-organic-n-used

    forms from commercial fertilizer. The ammonium content is directly equivalent to manufactured nitrogen ... evaluate nitrogen and phosphorus content, along with forms of nitrogen in the manure. When the nitrogen ... suggestions for website content on this practice. ...

  8. Northwest Agricultural Research Station

    https://oardc.osu.edu/facility/northwest-agricultural-research-station

    lakebed, this region's soils pose production challenges due to their high clay content and extremely ... Tillage Because of their high clay content, northwest Ohio's soils do not lend themselves to no-till ...

  9. Evaluate rate to account for organic and inorganic nitrogen sources applied

    https://agbmps.osu.edu/scenario/evaluate-rate-account-organic-and-inorganic-nitrogen-sources-applied

    to meet crop nutrient needs. Depending on the nitrogen content of the organic source and factors that ...

  10. Subsurface Placement of Nutrient

    https://agbmps.osu.edu/bmp/subsurface-placement-nutrient

    suggestions for website content on this practice. ...

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