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OSU Expert: Oats a Good Option as Double-Crop after Wheat
dry only about half as fast as grass hay. In some cases, oats are taking nearly a week after being cut ...
Plan to Delist Gray Wolf Endangers Other Threatened Species, Researchers Find
means taking the historic and geographic component out of the listing process.” He and colleagues ...
Study Provides Insight on Residents of Rural Food Deserts
operate, and what steps they take in gaining fresh fruit and vegetables.” Among the study’s findings: Most ...
Pilot Plant, Research Advancements Help Drive Domestic Natural Rubber Project Forward
doesn't grow fast and doesn't cover much ground, which means weeds can take up a lot of room quickly, ... taking away light availability, nutrients and water from TKS. Chemical control is our best option, but ...
Bangladeshi Graduate Student Addresses Food Insecurity in Home Country Through Research at Ohio State
reproduce enough the sustain a population that then has the potential to threaten the ecological systems of ... ecological integrity, Alam is confident that his studies at Ohio State will better prepare him to tackle ...
Late Planting Increases Need to Scout for Pests
Tracy Turner WOOSTER, Ohio – Crop growers should take extra care to scout their fields this spring ...
Ohio State Experts Offer Tips on Best Management Practices to Keep Phosphorus on the Field, Improve Water Quality
designed to offer growers insight into some of the steps they can take now to boost farm profits while also ...
miss out on utilizing what you do best for your organization. Participants in this workshop will take ...
2015 Leadership Camp
opportunity for group interaction. Participants leave the camp ready to take on new challenges—after they take ...
Ohio State Research Shows Substantial Link Between State-level Renewable Energy Portfolio Standards and Reduced Carbon Emissions
product-- and energy prices. Carbon intensity reflects an economy’s reliance on carbon-based energy, taking ...