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C.O.R.N. Newsletter 2008-26
possible larval infestations. If any are found, please contact your county extension educator so they can ... Eisley (Entomology), and James Noel (NOAA/NWS/OHRFC). Extension Associates and Educators: Bruce Clevenger ...
U.S.A.; (3) The Ohio State University Extension, Painesville, OH, U.S.A. 584-P The integration of ...
C.O.R.N. Newsletter 2008-12
new regulations, log on to the Farm Science Review Web site at http://fsr.osu ... University Extension, and the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center. It attracts upwards of ... state of Ohio. The West Central Ohio group of extension professionals have been using a crop and weather ...
plant pathologist who chaired the department from 1891-1908 Early 1900s- Extension programs were ... established the Cooperative Extension Service to establish outreach and education programs. 1948- Leo L. ... director of the Ohio Agricultural Experiment Station. Kottman would later be named director of Extension ...
Lilburn receives national poultry research award
USPOULTRY and the USPOULTRY Foundation have recognized Mike Lilburn (pictured, left), professor in CFAES’s Department of Animal Sciences, as the 2016 recipient of the annual Charles Beard Research Excellence Award. USPOULTRY is the U.S. Poultry & ...
Leadership Center workshops: Customer Service; StrengthsFinder; Conflict Management; Personality Spectrum; How to Get Along
Feb. 17: Give ’em the Pickle Customer Service We’re all in the same business — the people business. It’s not what we make or sell that’s critical; it’s how we take care of the people who buy it. Our job is to make customers (internal and external) happy. ...
Heat Unit Accumulation and Corn Emergence
There have been reports of slow corn emergence in some areas and that corn planted more than three weeks ago is not yet emerging. Is this cause for concern? Not necessarily. Corn requires about 100 growing degrees days (GDDs) to emerge (emergence requirem ...
Planting and Pollinators
Beekeepers in Ohio benefitted from the generally mild winter of 2015-2016. In Columbus we lost less than 20% of our colonies over winter. Spring is the only reliably good season for bees in Ohio. Colonies that survived the winter and new colonies broug ...