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20015%5%9%19%7%10% SHARE Mean3%22%32%37%32%24% SHARE 5%10%15%20%25%30%35.0%40% By Hoosier Ag Today – Nov 29, 2019 24$72$45$17-$11-$39-$67-$95-$123 Table 1. Corn yield losses over winter, 2000 and 2001. YearNovemberDecemberJanuaryFebruaryMarchApril 32$188$160$133$105$77$49$21-$7 Bruce MacKellar, Roger BetzMichigan State University ExtensionWhat is the potential for corn to dry in the field over the winter months? In all honesty, not particularly good on a per day basis during the December through February timeframe. However, there are a lot of days during this period, and even small amounts of drying per day can lead to much lower moisture levels by early spring. With corn moisture levels remaining above 30% in many June planted corn fields, the cost of drying corn this fall is going to be very high. The key factor to consider in deciding whether to leave corn in the field until spring is to assess the risk of yield losses by leaving corn in the field.Joe Lauer, University of Wisconsin Corn Extension specialist, conducted a study looking at corn yield losses over winter during 2000 and 2001. The results are in Table 1. 26$101$74$46$18-$10-$38-$66-$94 21$29$1-$27-$55-$82-$110-$138-$166 7.51522.53037.54552.560 20$15-$13-$41-$69-$97-$125-$153-$181 Moisture37%28%27%23%20%15% 23$58$30$2-$26-$54-$81-$109-$137 28$130$103$75$47$19-$9-$37-$65 31$174$146$118$90$62$34$7-$21 Table 2. Estimated net revenue per acre impact of leaving corn in the field to dry over winter at various yield loss and harvest moisture levels compared to fall delivery to elevator. Facebook Twitter June-planted corn between one-fourth and one-half milk line on Sept. 20, 2019, from a southwest Michigan corn field. Warm conditions helped late planted corn to catch up, but has left moisture levels extremely high going into harvest this fall. Photo by Bruce MacKellar, MSU Extension. 2000No loss45%58%59%65%38% 25$87$59$31$3-$25-$52-$80-$108 The values in Table 2 were calculated using 150 bushels per acre wet bushel yield, which had a test weight of 50. Drying charge was calculated at 0.4 cents per bushel per point of moisture above 15%. A shrink calculation of 1.4% per percent of moisture above 15% was used to calculate the number of marketable bushels. Drying charges, trucking charge for hauling the water in wet corn and a deduction of 0.05 cents per bushel for test weight were calculated on a wet bushel basis.Factors that can contribute to overwinter yield lossesAs you might expect, there are several factors that can contribute to overwinter yield losses and the risks for loss can be substantial.Lodging. Corn has the potential to lodge, which can substantially reduce harvestable yield. This is particularly true where stalks have been weakened by tar spot or other leaf diseases or stalk rots. Leaf diseases causing loss of green leaf tissue during the growing season can cause the plants to scavenge carbohydrates from the stalk, reducing stalk strength and increasing the potential for lodging.Ear size and weight can also play a role in this, with heavy ears creating more potential for lodging. In addition, activity of insects such as corn borer and, to a lesser extent, western bean cutworm can impact stalk and ear shank strength, causing more lodging and corn ear drop.Winter weather. No precipitation events are created equal. Wet snow tends to be more problematic than dry snow. Ice storms can also add weight that can increase lodged corn. High wind conditions during any of these events, including wind driven thunderstorm rainfall during the winter, can cause significant lodging.Wildlife damage. Deer can be a significant factor in making the decision of leaving corn in the field to dry. Overwintering deer can choose to yard up in standing corn as an alternative to woodlands and swamps, causing unacceptable levels of yield loss. The extent of damage that will occur is directly correlated with the numbers of deer in your area. If you expect to have fields you will not harvest until late winter or early spring, contact your local Department of Natural Resources biologist to request extra doe antlerless deer tags this fall and round up hunters to proactively reduce the deer herd in your area. 29$145$117$89$61$33$5-$22-$50 The numbers in Table 1 reflect harvest losses for corn combined with the weather conditions during each month. The year 2000 data had heavy snowfall, which severely impacted how much of the corn could be harvested because of snow on the ground. The 2001 year had much less snow, hence less overall losses. The moisture levels are averaged over five years for samples collected.We ran a partial budget analysis investigating the net revenue per acre impact of leaving 150 wet bushels per acre corn in the field over winter to dry to 18% moisture compared to taking 30% moisture corn to an elevator to dry. The results showed that even at a 30% (45 wet bushels per acre) yield loss in the field, there was a $20 per acre advantage to leaving the crops in the field.The results of this analysis are shown in Table 2 and reveal the impact of various yield loss results compared to corn moisture levels at harvest this fall. Will Leaving Corn in the Field to Dry Until Spring be a Viable Option? 27$116$88$60$32$4-$24-$51-$79 34$217$189$161$134$106$78$50$22 MoistureLoss % 33$203$175$147$119$91$63$35$8 Bushel Facebook Twitter 22$44$16-$12-$40-$68-$96-$124-$152 19$0-$28-$51-$84-$111-$139-$167-$195 30$159$131$104$76$48$20-$8-$36 Home News Feed Will Leaving Corn in the Field to Dry Until Spring be a… 35$232$204$176$148$120$92$64$37 Previous articleIs Tillage a Fertilizer Best Management Practice?Next articleHarvest Forecast: Too Much Precipitation Ahead Hoosier Ag Today
Organisation March 12, 2021 Find out more March 21, 2002 – Updated on January 20, 2016 10 years jail for journalists under new anti-terrorist law News UgandaAfrica Uganda blocks social media and messaging apps, isolating election Help by sharing this information Reporters Without Borders (RSF) urged the Ugandan government today not to implement its new anti-terrorist law until clauses jailing journalists for up to 10 years for encouraging “terrorism” were removed from it.”This vague charge could be used against journalists who are too critical of the authorities,” RSF secretary-general Robert Ménard said in a letter to Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni. “The law must be made clearer to avoid future abuses.” According to information received by RSF the Ugandan parliament passed the new law on 20 March 2002, providing for the stiff punishment of journalists writing articles deemed to have encouraged terrorism, but it has not yet been promulgated by Yoweri Museveni. The government would have the power to dub any organisation a “terrorist group” and the new law already describes as “terrorist” several rebel movements in northern Uganda fighting against the government for the past few years. Anyone found guilty of acts of terrorism or funding terrorist organisations can be sentenced to death under the new measure. UgandaAfrica News Receive email alerts Follow the news on Uganda News January 13, 2021 Find out more June 4, 2021 Find out more to go further Ugandan president threatens to “bankrupt” leading daily RSF_en Uganda urged to free two journalist held since last week on libel charges News The parliament passed a new antiterrorist law which include clause jailing journalists for up to 10 years for encouraging “terrorism”. RSF urges the President not to implement this law and to clear it to avoid future abuses.
Subscribe Herbeauty6 Strong Female TV Characters Who Deserve To Have A SpinoffHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty10 Questions To Start Conversation Way Better Than ‘How U Doing?’HerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyWhat’s Your Zodiac Flower Sign?HerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty7 Reasons Why The Lost Kilos Are Regained AgainHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyNutritional Strategies To Ease AnxietyHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyWhat Is It That Actually Makes French Women So Admirable?HerbeautyHerbeauty Business News Top of the News Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Make a comment Pasadena’s ‘626 Day’ Aims to Celebrate City, Boost Local Economy First Heatwave Expected Next Week This image shows the famous Pleiades cluster of stars as seen through the eyes of WISE, or NASA’s Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer.Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/UCLALike cosmic ballet dancers, the stars of the Pleiades cluster are spinning. But these celestial dancers are all twirling at different speeds. Astronomers have long wondered what determines the rotation rates of these stars.By watching these stellar dancers, NASA’s Kepler space telescope during its K2 mission has helped amass the most complete catalog of rotation periods for stars in a cluster. This information can help astronomers gain insight into where and how planets form around these stars, and how such stars evolve.“We hope that by comparing our results to other star clusters, we will learn more about the relationship between a star’s mass, its age, and even the history of its solar system,” said Luisa Rebull, a research scientist at the Infrared Processing and Analysis Center at Caltech in Pasadena, California. She is the lead author of two new papers and a co-author on a third paper about these findings, all being published in the Astronomical Journal.The Pleiades star cluster is one of the closest and most easily seen star clusters, residing just 445 light-years away from Earth, on average. At about 125 million years old, these stars — known individually as Pleiads — have reached stellar “young adulthood.” In this stage of their lives, the stars are likely spinning the fastest they ever will.As a typical star moves further along into adulthood, it loses some zip due to the copious emission of charged particles known as a stellar wind (in our solar system, we call this the solar wind). The charged particles are carried along the star’s magnetic fields, which overall exerts a braking effect on the rotation rate of the star.Rebull and colleagues sought to delve deeper into these dynamics of stellar spin with Kepler. Given its field of view on the sky, Kepler observed approximately 1,000 stellar members of the Pleiades over the course of 72 days. The telescope measured the rotation rates of more than 750 stars in the Pleiades, including about 500 of the lowest-mass, tiniest, and dimmest cluster members, whose rotations could not previously be detected from ground-based instruments.Kepler measurements of starlight infer the spin rate of a star by picking up small changes in its brightness. These changes result from “starspots” which, like the more-familiar sunspots on our sun, form when magnetic field concentrations prevent the normal release of energy at a star’s surface. The affected regions become cooler than their surroundings and appear dark in comparison.As stars rotate, their starspots come in and out of Kepler’s view, offering a way to determine spin rate. Unlike the tiny, sunspot blemishes on our middle-aged sun, starspots can be gargantuan in stars as young as those in the Pleiades because stellar youth is associated with greater turbulence and magnetic activity. These starspots trigger larger brightness decreases, and make spin rate measurements easier to obtain.During its observations of the Pleiades, a clear pattern emerged in the data: More massive stars tended to rotate slowly, while less massive stars tended to rotate rapidly. The big-and-slow stars’ periods ranged from one to as many as 11 Earth-days. Many low-mass stars, however, took less than a day to complete a pirouette. (For comparison, our sedate sun revolves fully just once every 26 days.) The population of slow-rotating stars includes some ranging from a bit larger, hotter and more massive than our sun, down to other stars that are somewhat smaller, cooler and less massive. On the far end, the fast-rotating, fleet-footed, lowest-mass stars possess as little as a tenth of our sun’s mass.“In the ‘ballet’ of the Pleiades, we see that slow rotators tend to be more massive, whereas the fastest rotators tend to be very light stars,” said Rebull.The main source of these differing spin rates is the internal structure of the stars, Rebull and colleagues suggest. Larger stars have a huge core enveloped in a thin layer of stellar material undergoing a process called convection, familiar to us from the circular motion of boiling water. Small stars, on the other hand, consist almost entirely of convective, roiling regions. As stars mature, the braking mechanism from magnetic fields more easily slows the spin rate of the thin, outermost layer of big stars than the comparatively thick, turbulent bulk of small stars.Thanks to the Pleiades’ proximity, researchers think it should be possible to untangle the complex relationships between stars’ spin rates and other stellar properties. Those stellar properties, in turn, can influence the climates and habitability of a star’s hosted exoplanets. For instance, as spinning slows, so too does starspot generation, and the solar storms associated with starspots. Fewer solar storms means less intense, harmful radiation blasting into space and irradiating nearby planets and their potentially emerging biospheres.“The Pleiades star cluster provides an anchor for theoretical models of stellar rotation going both directions, younger and older,” said Rebull. “We still have a lot we want to learn about how, when and why stars slow their spin rates and hang up their ‘dance shoes,’ so to speak.”Rebull and colleagues are now analyzing K2 mission data from an older star cluster, Praesepe, popularly known as the Beehive Cluster, to further explore this phenomenon in stellar structure and evolution.“We’re really excited that K2 data of star clusters, such as the Pleiades, have provided astronomers with a bounty of new information and helped advance our knowledge of how stars rotate throughout their lives,” said Steve Howell, project scientist for the K2 mission at NASA’s Ames Research Center in Moffett Field, California.The K2 mission’s approach to studying stars employs the Kepler spacecraft’s ability to precisely observe miniscule changes in starlight. Kepler’s primary mission ended in 2013, but more exoplanet and astrophysics observations continue with the K2 mission, which began in 2014.Ames manages the Kepler and K2 missions for NASA’s Science Mission Directorate. NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, managed Kepler mission development. Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corporation operates the flight system with support from the Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics at the University of Colorado at Boulder. 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Two more golden eagle chicks have been born in Donegal over the Summer.In addition, two young golden eagle chicks were imported from Scotland and released in Glenveagh National Park.The eagle breeding project has now seen a total of eight Irish-bred birds released into the wild around Glenveagh.And, as Lorcan O’Toole from the Golden Eagle Trust told Highland Radio News, this was despite the bad weather over the summer and the gorse fires in May………[podcast]http://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/lorcan1.mp3[/podcast] Two more golden eagle chicks born in Donegal this Summer Pinterest Google+ Twitter Pinterest 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic WhatsApp WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Previous articleStrabane Councillor hits out at PSNI’s policing in Head of the Town areaNext articleSenator O’Domnhaill backs party leader as Fianna Fail decide not to contest election News Highland By News Highland – September 1, 2011 Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire News Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Google+
News UpdatesPIL Challenges Re-Imposition Of Lockdown In Pune & Other Districts Of Maharashtra Without Guidelines To Provide Assistance To The Poor [Read Petition] Nitish Kashyap17 July 2020 10:38 PMShare This – xA public interest litigation has been filed before the Bombay High Court challenging the State’s decision to re-impose lockdown in Pune and other districts of Maharashtra starting from July 14 for 10 days without issuing guidelines for providing some financial assistance/aid to farmers, labourers and poor people in general for immediate relief.The petitioner, 34-year-old Vicky Mane is a…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginA public interest litigation has been filed before the Bombay High Court challenging the State’s decision to re-impose lockdown in Pune and other districts of Maharashtra starting from July 14 for 10 days without issuing guidelines for providing some financial assistance/aid to farmers, labourers and poor people in general for immediate relief.The petitioner, 34-year-old Vicky Mane is a vegetable vendor who sought directions to the State government to frame guidelines for the poor and downtrodden persons, like, farmers, labourers, daily wagers, people below poverty line, vendors, small businesses, migrants etc., for the purpose of providing compensation, subsidies, stimulus, and ex gratia aid to such persons for immediate relief, rehabilitation, restoration of their means of livelihood, as per the constitutional and statutory mandate under Article 21 of the Constitution.Filed through Advocates Rajesh Inamdar, Shashwat Anand and A Karim Pathan, the petition states-“The petitioner with utmost respect and concern submits that people are aware of the dangers of Covid-19 and take due precautions, safeguards and adhere to physical distancing norms. As of now, people are more worried about their survival, i.e. starving to death and are further sinking into poverty and misery rather than of Covid-19. It is submitted that the mortality rate of starvation is 100%, much more than the mortality rate of Covid-19, which is said to be around 4%.” The Pune Municipal Corporation in an order dated July 12 issued guidelines for re-imposing of lockdown between July 14 and July 23. Petitioner argued that he is not challenging the imposition of lockdown itself as it has been imposed to tackle the spread of Covid-19 which continues to rise in Pune. But, the petition states-“It is a bounden duty of the State while re-imposing the lockdown, to also protect, preserve and uphold other precious fundamental rights of citizens like Right to Livelihood, Right to Food, Right To Life, Right to Work and Right to Work With Human Dignity guaranteed by Article 21 of the constitution, which are bound to be affected and violated if such decision is allowed to continue sans guidelines.Moreover, the petitioner contends that everytime lockdown is imposed it directly impacts the livelihood of poor and vulnerable sections of the society. Thus, directions are sought to the state government for framing guidelines providing for compensation, assistance, subsidies, stimulus, ex-gratia aid for migrants, poor farmers, labourers, people below poverty line etc.Petitioner has also sought directions for disclosure of the exact plan in executing the lockdown and whether it will be extended or not.Click Here To Download Petition[Read Petition] Subscribe to LiveLaw, enjoy Ad free version and other unlimited features, just INR 599 Click here to Subscribe. All payment options available.loading….Next Story
By admin – April 16, 2015 Donegal Disability campaigner disgusted by troll Facebook remarks News Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Previous articleCo Donegal man jailed for sex act on Dublin to Derry busNext articleMore big names confirmed for Irish open golf admin WhatsApp Renewed calls for full-time Garda in Kilmacrennan Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA WhatsApp Facebook Google+ Twitter Community Enhancement Programme open for applications Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Google+ Pinterest Facebook Pinterest Publicans in Republic watching closely as North reopens further The National Chairperson of Spina bifida Ireland has said he’s disgusted after content poking fun at people who have disabilities was posted on a local Facebook page.Trolls have bombarded the popular Letterkenny Buy and Sell with offensive material which included a post in which they have advertised a spina bifida doll for sale.While dozens of people have reported the content to Facebook, they have deemed the content not to be offensive.Chair of Spina bifida Ireland, Co Donegal man, Frank Larkin says it’s a new low:Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/frank530.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.Locals have been outraged by the disgusting comments and pictures that have been posted by trolls on the Letterkenny Buy and Sell Facebook page
Pinterest Google+ WhatsApp Pinterest WhatsApp FT Report: Derry City 2 St Pats 2 News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Public Inquiry to examine Tyrone gold mining proposal DL Debate – 24/05/21 Facebook Previous articleNew Donegal GAA club time-frame and regional leagues confirmedNext articleSheep farmers warned to be vigilant after Gleneely theft News Highland RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebook By News Highland – June 29, 2020 Twitter Google+ Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows A public inquiry will be held into the proposed Dalradian Gold Mine project in County Tyrone.West Tyrone MLA Daniel McCrossan says this is a particularly complicated project and more than 40,000 representations have been made to the Department for Infrastructure about the proposal. There are also concerns about the social and environmental impacts of this project.He says a Public Inquiry is the fairest and most thorough way to scrutinise an application of this complexity………Audio Playerhttps://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/dangold.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. AudioHomepage BannerNews Twitter Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA