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Category- Crops

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 Andy Bayham,
Stark County

Corn stalks and snow drifts

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Chris Coulon,
Washington County

Cutting no-till hay on the contour

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Dianne Johnson,
Washington County

Hay and corn on the contour

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Andy Bayham,
Stark County

Hail damage to corn

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Tara Fisher,
Brown County

Round alfalfa bale

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Rob Rhyan,
Athens County

No till corn after three weeks of little rain - little stress and good growth. Indian mound to left of corn - Hartman Farm

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Tara Fisher,
Brown County

Strawberries

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Tara Fisher,
Brown County

Spring Strawberries

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Chris Coulon,
Geauga County

Amish farm

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Tara Fisher,
Brown County

Hay ready to bale

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Rob Rhyan,
Vinton County

Hay Bales

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Rob Rhyan,
Fairfield County

Fodder Bales

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Karl Schneider,
Lorain County

2005 Soybean Harvest

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Karl Schneider,
Lorain County

Soybean varieties ready-to-harvest

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Larry Milliron,
Columbiana County

Drought stress on corn

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Larry Milliron,
Columbiana County

Baling straw in somewhat poorly drained soil

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Larry Milliron,
Columbiana County

Baling straw in somewhat poorly drained soils

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Larry Milliron,
Columbiana County

Ponded depression shows the minor soil component of the soil map unit.

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Larry Milliron,
Columbiana County

Swathed hay. Land management for the conservation of the soil resource is critical for sustained productivity.

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Larry Milliron,
Columbiana County

Several different soil map units are managed the same for the production of this hay crop.

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Mark DeBrock,
Delaware County

Corn residue in fall

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Mark DeBrock
Delaware County

Corn residue in fall

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Mark DeBrock
Delaware County

Soybean residue in fall

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Mark DeBrock
Muskingum County

Hay Field

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Karl Schneider,
Lorain County

Round bales

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Karl Schneider,
Lorain County

Late summer corn crop

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Karl Schneider,
Lorain County

Late summer soybean field

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Karl Schneider,
Lorain County

Wheat shocks

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Karl Schneider
Lorain County

Soybeans ready for harvest

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Karl Schneider
Lorain County

Soybeans ready for harvest
 

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Jonathan Haines - FSA CED
Wood County

Migrant workers harvesting vegetables

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Christina Coulon,
Hardin County

Corn stressed from lack of moisture

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Christina Coulon,
Madison County

The stalks of recently harvested corn in the foreground of large storage bins