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OSU Extension: Fall Frost Increases the Potential for Toxicity in Livestock
a frost. Don’t graze after a killing frost until plants are dry, which usually takes 5 to 7 days. ...
Webinar offers Management and Monitoring Tips for Spotted Wing Drosophila
knew more about what to do about it, she said. “Once you find spotted wing drosophila, it takes ...
OSU Demonstrates New 'Subsurfer' Injector that Puts Solid Manure into Soil without Disturbing Ground Cover
event takes place from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Hord Livestock farm south of Bucyrus. The nearest ...
OSU Dairy Economist: Milk Prices, Global Export Demand and New Margin Protection Program Will Be Topics to Watch in 2015
a program that allows them to take a stake in their own national safety net policy,” he said. “For the first ...
MENTAL HEALTH FIRST AID: RECOGNIZING THE WARNING SIGNS
Extension are now taking part in mental health training across the country. Already, more than 1 million ...
Sessions Aim to Improve On-Farm Safety of Fruits, Vegetables
producers should be taking to reduce the risk of produce-related foodborne illness, no matter what’s ...
OSU Expert: Cereal Leaf Beetle Populations on the Rise; Growers Need to Scout, May Need to Spray
black slugs, due to their feces adhering to their bodies. An infested field can take on a frosted ...
Spring Planting: Planting Corn During Optimal Time One Key in Getting Corn Planting Off to Good Start
the optimal planting times for corn in Ohio-- is just one of several key measures growers can take to ...
Power Farming: Ohio State Tests Bioenergy Crops for Fuel, Combustion
take away good land from food production," said Rafiq Islam, a soil, water and ... provide as much biomass as grasses because it takes several years to harvest them, but they can be planted ...
Ohio State’s Newly Developed Intelligent Sprayer Reduces Pesticide Use, Off-target Contamination
said. “They don’t take into account the amount of foliage present at different growth stages. “But the ...